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Aly Raisman Teams Up With Woodward To Inspire & Empower Next Generation Of Gymnasts

In 2018, US Champion Gymnast and Advocate Aly Raisman partnered with Darkness to Light to provide immediate support to the gymnastics community and to begin work on a comprehensive program to help young athletes everywhere participate in a safe and abuse-free environment. Together, we launched the Flip the Switch Campaign calling on all adults involved …

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Daycare Abuse Statistics

Learn the facts and be prepared to help to raise awareness and prevent daycare abuse. At Darkness to Light, we are often asked about daycare abuse statistics. Daycare centers can be vital to working parents or parents who need help with child care. Kids start to learn important life skills including social skills at daycare. …

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Reopening: Safe Summer Activities

Summer is almost halfway through (can you believe it?!) and your summertime fun has almost certainly looked different this year. How do you ensure your kids have a safe summer? You may have had to change your routine, planned activities, and maybe even your finances as a result of safety precautions. We’re all navigating this …

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Continued Momentum

As we set out to celebrate our 20th year, we could never have guessed the challenges we would face as an organization, a child protection community, and citizens of the world. Still, our momentum has only continued to grow as we strive toward our original vision: a world free of child sexual abuse. As we …

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Keep Kids Safe

Survivors of Child Abuse and National Leaders Call on Congress for COVID-19 Relief Bi-partisan support and funding can help protect children from abuse. June 25, 2020 – Child abuse advocates along with national, state, and local organizations ask Congress for at least $300 million in emergency funding to strengthen child safety and protection programs in …

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