Child Abuse Prevention Month 2010

 

Area Non-Profit Looks to Businesses to Promote Child Abuse Prevention Month

 

SAN ANTONIO, TEXASMARCH 26, 2010 A World For Children, a faith based child placing agency located on the northeast side of San Antonio is currently seeking business and organizational support in its Child Abuse Prevention Month awareness campaign.

Throughout the year, A World For Children provides care and support for abused, neglected and at-risk youth of state of Texas. By providing foster care and adoption services to these children, the staff see the first hand effects of child abuse on a daily basis and know that prevention and awareness is key.

A World For Children hopes that businesses throughout the San Antonio community will be able to participate in several events and ongoing activities throughout the month of April in support of Child Abuse Prevention Month including, but not limited to:

  • Displaying Keep Kids Safe Signs
  • Displaying Stop Child Abuse Signs
  • Distributing and wearing blue lapel ribbons
  • Wearing blue on April 7, 2010 (National Wear Blue Day)

All proceeds go to children within A World For Children’s care. Throughout the year A World For Children hosts many fun events, ranging from Christmas parties to summer outtings at area theme parks such as Sea World of San Antonio.

If any local businesses or other non-profit organizations are interested in participating in these activities with A World For Children please contact Ashley Shute.

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