April is Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Nationally, we join together to recognize the importance of children, the future they represent, and the
ways we can ensure they have the great childhood they deserve.
The majority of people view child abuse prevention as a priority. Pinwheels are a whimsical representation
for community members who want to know what they can do to help prevent abuse and neglect.
How to Get Involved.
PROMOTE COMMUNITY EDUCATION norms build protective factors that strengthen families and prevents child maltreatment.
WEAR BLUE on Thursday, April 1st
DISPLAY PINWHEELS in your yard, office, or Zoom background. You can borrow pinwheels from Partnership for Children and Families, or order 100 free through Pinwheels for Prevention.