Your generosity helps children thrive!
It’s essential to the future success of our community that more North Carolina families have the support they need to give their children great childhoods. Your donation helps prevent abuse and neglect from ever occurring!
Encourage your friends, family members, co-workers, and neighbors to give, too! Register through our Peer-to-Peer fundraising platform and create a personal donation page. It's an exciting and interactive way for you to get involved and support a cause you are passionate about!
Show your support by planting a pinwheel garden in your own front yard, at your church, local school, at your business, or in your neighborhood with your community group.
Take our free online trainings on the most effective and up-to-date tools possible to prevent child abuse and neglect before it occurs. We also offer workshops, trainings, and webinars for our Prevention Network members with the latest information, research, and strategies to help you strengthen families, increase protective factors, and ensure all children thrive.
Prevention Network members are individuals and organizations who want to work together to prevent child abuse and neglect in their communities. Members have access to the latest research and strategies on prevention, trainings and webinars, discounts on materials in our online store and our trainings, and opportunities to network with other members in their community and the state.
Join the ranks of the socially responsible supporters who share our vision of a world without child abuse and neglect. Be a voice for our children by joining in the conversation, sharing our posts, and increasing the dialogue around the importance of prevention efforts! Visit our Social Media Toolkit for tips on raising awareness. And, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, subscribe to our YouTube channel, follow us on LinkedIn, and follow us on Instagram (@PreventChildAbusenc)
Did you know that a percentage of the sale of every Kids First license plate in North Carolina goes directly to child abuse and neglect programs in communities?