Growing a Better Tomorrow for All Children, Together
Communities have a BIG influence on families’ lives.
Every day, we help positive childhood experiences take root. Just like a plant is more likely to thrive in a garden with good soil and plenty of sunlight and water, families are more likely to thrive in nurturing communities.
All parents and caregivers need support sometimes, we can all help by ensuring children have positive experiences and families have the resources they need, when they need them.
When parents, caregivers, family, friends, neighbors, employers and elected leaders work together to increase five critical protective factors in families’ lives, that is when we can prevent child abuse, strengthen families and build brighter childhoods.
Interested in being part of the campaign next year?
Join the Colorado Child Maltreatment Prevention Awareness Campaign Planning Committee!
April Is Child Abuse Prevention Month
Around the month of April, for more than ten years now, you may have seen gardens of pinwheels planted in the community, at school, day care or a local hospital or nonprofit organization, and wondered, why? It’s because planting pinwheels represents the bright childhoods we all want for children.
Each year, the hope is you will do more than see pinwheels in your community. There are many ways to get involved and learn more during child abuse prevention month and all year long.
Thank you to our 2022 sponsors!
Special thanks to the Campaign Sponsor Colorado Child Welfare Scholars Consortium, part of a statewide effort to invest in the education of selected students in order to attract qualified social work professionals into the field of public child welfare services in Colorado.
Thanks to this support we are giving away a $2,500 grant for your favorite Colorado nonprofit, school or child care provider!