On this special day of gratitude “Giving Tuesday,” I am writing to ask you to make a gift to keep a child safe in our community.
Rebecca lost her job and has been struggling to find work and maintain her family’s health. She finds herself yelling and giving little attention or supervision to her daughter Emily. An accident in the home could happen at any time and Emily could be seriously hurt. You can help Rebecca regain confidence and control.
During the pandemic, parenting classes and trainings have switched from in-person to on-line as Project Child mobilized to continue its mission of preventing child abuse. The Family Project newspaper column continues to address pressing parenting issues every week in The Press. And now, Project Child is releasing child safety videos on its website and through social media to help parents like Rebecca. You can help Rebecca get answers with your gift today.
Please click on this link https://projectchildlv.org/to-donate to show that you care about child safety and family well-being in our community. Please make your secure donation today.
Your gift will be doubled if you respond today! Volunteers on the Project Child Steering Committee are offering a matching grant for your gift.
I know that you really care about families in our community, especially during the pandemic.
P.S. Please double your impact before mid-night tonight.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
A new session of The Project Child Parenting Class: ACT - Raising Safe Kids will begin December 7th - 6:30pm - 8:00pm via ZOOM!
Parents may register for this class through Dec. 2nd.
Please consider donating to Project Child so that we can continue our "CHILD SAFETY VIDEO SERIES" and which will be available here and with other county and non-profit agencies.
The Family Project: by CAROLE GORNEY Special to The Press in Focus
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The Family Project is a collaboration of the Lehigh Valley Press Focus section and Valley Youth House’s Project Child.
Project Child provides:
*Public Education *Professional Development
*Parent Education *Parent Support
*Specialized Programs and Initiatives to prevent child abuse and neglect and promote positive parenting practices
* Darkness 2 Light trainings available for prevention of child sexual abuse *Child Safety Initiatives
* Opportunity Management: To help keep your children safe from sexual abuse