Wednesday, November 23, 2011

We All Have A Role!

Given the country’s current focus on children and the role of adults in children’s lives, I would like to take a moment this Thanksgiving, to give thanks for people like you, who support Prevent Child Abuse America. Your support is essential in our efforts to promote equal opportunities for the healthy growth and development of all children.  Only by working together will we awaken society to the fact that we CAN prevent child abuse and neglect.

Whether you are an employer enacting policies that impact the work life balance, a neighbor who offers parents time away from stress, or a member of the public advocating for the presence of innovative prevention programming in your neighborhood, we all have a role to play in the lives of children. During this holiday season, we ask for your continued support. A tax-deductible donation - here - will help Prevent Child Abuse America provide communities with the information they need to promote healthy child development, support families, and prevent child abuse and neglect before it ever occurs.
 
Donations can also be given throughout the holiday season in your name or in honor of a friend or family member by clicking here. Please take a moment to watch our "Awakening" video to learn more.



What are you thankful for? Give thanks this holiday season, and please consider giving a gift to support Prevent Child Abuse America. Children are our greatest gift, our greatest asset, and our greatest hope. 

Now is the time for our nation to awaken to how we can provide a healthier future for our children and communities. Give your gift - here - this holiday season, and together we can continue to build upon the hopes we share for all children. 

Sincerely,

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James M. Hmurovich
President & CEO

1 comment:

Ellen said...

I agree with this as member of the public advocating for the presence of innovative prevention programming in my community. Over 2000 children under the age of 4 die every year from abuse according to the CDC. I'm raising awareness on the fact that animal abuse is an excellent indicator for child abuse and an opportunity for agencies/law enforcement etc., to get involved early and prevent future abuses that are so costly in many ways to all of us.