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Child Abuse Will Kill 1,800 Children in America This Year…Unless We Act Now!
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we must not forget the children living a life of abuse and neglect. Since 2011, the American Society for the Positive Care of Children has provided over 5 million caregivers with the toolsneeded to build healthy children and help save lives.
By preventing toxic stress in childhood and empowering stable support systems, we create happy, healthy leaders of tomorrow!
“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”
HOW YOU CAN HELP
69% of parents say that if they knew more positive parenting strategies they would use them.
Through our Learning Center, American SPCC provides valuable resource kits to mitigate and prevent childhood toxic stress while empowering children’s infinite potential.
To support more families and expand this program, we need your help.
Your gift will provide immediate and proven life-changing resources to caregivers in your community and across the nation. This expansion is important, because there are families who need this right now.
Your support means we are one step closer to ensuring the wellbeing of every child, in every home.
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