Darkness to Light Secures State Funding, Championed by Representative Wetmore

Recognizing the vital need to address and support programs and policies that improve community welfare, Democratic Representative Elizabeth “Spencer” Wetmore (D-115) played a pivotal role in securing significant funding for Darkness to...

Safety in Seconds: Human Trafficking Prevention

This Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we are shedding light on child sex trafficking – one microlearning module at a time. Explore the knowledge and tools needed to prevent child sex trafficking with our Safety in Seconds series featuring...

Join Our Virtual Roadshow

Our team is hitting the road… virtually! Darkness to Light’s Lead Instructor, Carol Hogue, and Director of Programming and Partnerships, Tracy Leonard, are gearing up for an exciting month of virtual meetings, heading to a region near...

Our Impact in 2023

“A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives” – Jackie Robinson  We kicked off 2023 with a bang by announcing the release of the NEW Stewards of Children®, and we have not slowed down since! Take a look back...

Five Safety Tips for the Holidays

Put protection first this holiday season. During the holidays, we spend lots of time and money attempting to create magical experiences for our children. We hang decorations, bake cookies, and sing songs. We take great care in the gifts we purchase...

Hugging is a Choice

The holidays are here – time for family get-togethers, friend drop-ins, and fun holiday traditions. This season can quickly become hectic, too.  Work becomes busier, obligations to family and friends quickly pile up, and somehow you must find...


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Darkness to Light in Colorado

Darkness to Light in Colorado

As we get ready to celebrate Labor Day and reflect on the start of another new school year, it is a good time to look at all the great things that have been accomplished through our prevention efforts. It’s also a good time to look forward to some new changes and ways to continue making … Read More
OAK Chef Brett Mckee gets INKED, Helps Darkness to Light

OAK Chef Brett Mckee gets INKED, Helps Darkness to Light

Chef Brett McKee of Oak Steakhouse has another rock star accomplishment to add to his list: a profile in Inked, a magazine that celebrates the art of the tattoo. Appropriately enough, he’s featured in the Ink for a Cause column by Heidi Minx, which highlights people (with tattoos) who raise awareness and money for worthy … Read More
Looking at the World Differently

Looking at the World Differently

By Ken BurgerCan 10 people gathered in a small room on a Friday afternoon save a child from the nightmarish hell of living with the scars of sexual abuse? Yes and no. They might save more. Someone taking the Darkness To Light training session may recognize a problem before it starts, scare a predator away … Read More
Teachers to Take Prevention Training

Teachers to Take Prevention Training

Darkness to Light offers education program to help recognize signsBy Diette Courrégé The Post and Courier Monday, September 7, 2009 A program of child sexual abuse prevention, recognition and response will be taught to all teachers in the Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester 2 school districts by the end of the year, the districts have pledged. … Read More