The following are some helpful resources we've compiled for you and for your children. Please take a moment to read through them and share with your loved ones.

It is not only our goal to raise awareness and educate the public about child abuse and neglect and all that that entails, but to also educate you, our readers and loyal followers, on other ways you can keep your children safe in general - to provide you, your family and friends with tools and resources that can aide in creating a safer environment for the children and young people of our communities.


Amanda Todd's story  - in her words (video she published prior to committing suicide 

"I’m struggling to stay in this world, because everything just touches me so deeply. I’m not doing this for attention. I’m doing this to be an inspiration and to show that I can be strong. I did things to myself to make pain go away, because I’d rather hurt myself then someone else. Haters are haters but please don’t hate, although I"m sure I’ll get them. I hope I can show you guys that everyone has a story, and everyone's future will be bright one day, you just gotta pull through. I’m still here, aren't I?"
-Amanda Todd Here (07.09.2012.)


Their free Child Safety Kit shows you how to teach your children:

  • Which strangers to ask for help when no trusted adults are available.
  • How to recognize dangerous situations.
  • How to respond to those dangerous situations correctly.
Child trafficking - the facts

Think it's not happening in your neighborhood? Think again. Get the facts on child sex trafficking, and let your voice be heard.


 Children look up to adults for guidance while they are still growing and learning. We cannot teach our children too much about safety, especially in the unsafe times in which we live. Protecting our children from danger should top the list of all parents' priorities. That’s why we’re calling on everyone to come together, to raise awareness and to get involved so we can ensure that all children have the chance to grow up healthy and safe, and do all the great things kids were meant to do.

Nelson Mandela, who was South Africa's first black president, once described education as “the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” We agree! Not only is education important to a person's success, but it is also an important tool in the prevention of child abuse and neglect and all crimes against children.