Project Klear—the first National Identity Protection Network that protects children and young adults up to 21 years old from cyber-crime—offers around-the-clock monitoring of personal information to protect members from identity theft including credit theft, synthetic fraud, medical fraud, and name fraud. Just as a child has 23 genetic identifiers, they also have 12 personal identifiers, according to Project Klear, that make up who they are like social security number, name and birth date.

CEO and Founder Aaron Fuller recently announced that he is committed to donating 10,000 FREE scans to Texas children, a $70,000 value. Fuller’s goal is to protect 100,000 children in Texas with Project Klear by the end of 2016 and is looking for businesses who would like to to make a donation to achieve this goal.

“Project Klear is committed to preserving the identities of children, and we’re excited about the opportunity to help empower and protect the leaders of tomorrow starting in Dallas,” said Fuller. “Our ability to safeguard children, relieve their parents from worry, and to give back to the local communities that we are in is the foundation we built Project Klear upon.”

Project Klear’s services are available for $39 annually per individual (child) and $89 annually for a family of two children or more. Monthly memberships are also available for $7 per month per individual or $14 per month for a family of two children or more. More information is at

Brit Mott

Brit is a Leadership Plano Class 25 graduate and Leadership Frisco Class 10 graduate. She received her Master’s in Journalism from the University of North Texas and her Bachelor’s in Mass Communication...