Categories: Facilitator Spotlight

Opportunities in Child Protection

Tracy Leonard’s incredible impact on child protection highlights the importance of cultivating genuine connections and accepting new opportunities. For me, my motivation to end sexual abuse is as simple as a child’s innocence. From the moment a baby is born, they need an adult in their lives to care for them. When that adult pushes …

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Categories: General News, Home, News and Events, Our Perspective, School Safety

Bystander Intervention: How Far Would You Go to Rescue a Child?

Intervening or taking preventative measures as a bystander can mean the difference between a child being sexually abused or being protected from abuse.  What is a bystander? A bystander is a person who witnesses a boundary violation or sees a situation in which a child is vulnerable. Bystander intervention can play a major role in …

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Categories: Guides, School Safety

Homeschool Safety Guide

Child sexual abuse can happen anywhere, even at home during school, but there are preventative measures you can take. Check out our homeschool safety guide to ensure your kids have the safest environment possible.   Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many parents took a crash course in homeschooling, but with restrictions ending and school districts …

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Categories: Facilitator Spotlight

Never Give up on Child Protection

When Bonnie Jean Kuras envisioned her life, she never dreamed the impact she would have on the lives of children. Her journey to child protection has been full of unexpected twists and turns leading to incredible results. Several years ago, I had the opportunity to share in the care of my mother, who was diagnosed …

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Categories: DEI, General News, Our Perspective

6 Fun (and Safe) Summer Activities for Kids

Every kid deserves a fun and safe summer. Here are 6 activities you can do with your kids to strengthen your relationships and create lasting memories! For kids, the last day of school is a long-awaited, glorious day spent anxiously anticipating three months of freedom. For parents and guardians, the last day of school can …

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