From parents to therapists to educators to students, everybody plays a role in keeping children safe.
April is Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Month, which aims to raise awareness in ending child abuse and neglect. Here at The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NYSPCC), we work to prevent child abuse, restore families affected by abuse, and help children heal.
During CAP Month, We hope to share and showcase the individuals from our Village that ultimately help us in working towards our vision for all children to be safe from abuse and neglect.
Follow along with us this month by visiting our social media channels below.
Wondering how you can get involved?
⋅ Wear Blue on Friday, April 5th, National Wear Blue Day for Child Abuse Prevention and tag us on social media
⋅ Add our Facebook frame to your profile to show support for child abuse prevention
⋅ Subscribe to The NYSPCC newsletter for agency updates
⋅ Schedule a Safe Touches workshop, which teaches children how to protect themselves from sexual abuse
⋅ Attend our Spring Luncheon on April 11th, which raises funds for our Safe Touches and Trauma Recovery programs
⋅ Join our Junior Committee, a group of young professionals advocating and fundraising for The NYSPCC
⋅ Make donation, which holds the potential of protecting thousands of children now and in the future
Want to learn more? Please contact
Tessa Seidenspinner at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 212-233-5500, ext.211