Audiochuck Founder and Crime Junkie host Ashley Flowers’ non-profit Season of Justice
provided a grant to Central Indiana Law Enforcement which she says assisted in the arrest of a long-sought-after serial rapist. So far Flowers has donated $225K to 31 cases.
SOJ provides financial grants to law enforcement agencies and victims as well as their families to help solve cold cases.
37-year old Darrell Goodlow was arrested this month as a suspect in the sexual assaults of at least eight women dating back to August 2020. Flowers says the SOJ grant enabled law enforcement to pursue advanced DNA testing resources for these cases.
“I started Season of Justice to help bring some sense of closure to crime victims and their families,” said Ashley Flowers, Founder, and CEO of audiochuck. “I’m beyond appreciative of the passionate and engaged fans that follow our podcasts. Their support of our victim advocacy efforts continues to propel the mission forward. I encourage anyone interested in learning more to visit www.seasonofjustice.org.”
audiochuck podcasts are represented by AdLarge Media in the audio ad marketplace. “It’s remarkable to see the mission of Ashley’s nonprofit Season of Justice coming to life,” said Cathy Csukas, Co-CEO of AdLarge. “By leveraging the power of podcasting, Ashley is not only raising awareness but has created a vehicle for action.”
Season of Justice is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to providing financial grants to law enforcement agencies and families to help push cold cases forward. The organization funds advanced DNA methods, such as forensic genealogy and next-generation sequencing, and initiatives that can support families pursuing closure. SOJ is led by Executive Director Steve DuBois and is based in Indianapolis, Indiana.
For more information on the non-profit visit www.seasonofjustice.org