Hope for Children Foundation® Seeks Charitable Donations
Will you help us make a huge difference in what can be accomplished for children this year?
By: Hope for Children Foundation
DALLAS - April 23, 2019 - PRLog -- Hope for Children Foundation®, Co-Founder, Patricia Kirby Rasmussen, asks: "Will you help us make a huge difference in what can be accomplished for children this year? Children are in desperate need of your help. Will you generously give $1 dollar per day for thirty days, only $30 per month can help innocent children and/or their families? Giving annually is only $365 dollars to help empower children and families to survive in a healthier environment. You will receive a beautiful certificate for helping us support the most vulnerable members of society…our children. Your generous donation shows you really care!"
Many families in need of help to prevent violence are offered free domestic violence prevention training, awareness, resources and referrals, intended to give them a safety net of protection."
About Hope for Children Foundation®
Since 1998, with headquarters in Texas, Hope For Children Foundation has provided educational services to state and federal law enforcement personnel, medical professionals, judges, attorneys, probation officers – as well as to the public regarding child abuse prevention and related concerns.
Hope For Children Foundation helps sexually and physically abused children throughout the nation by facilitating widespread access to legal, medical and mental health experts so that all appropriate resources are available to victims and their families. We believe that abuse is a learned behavior often connected to stress points, not limited to financial instability. As a nation, we can create a cultural safety net for children at risk through extensive awareness campaigns, education, training, job preparation and public/private resources.
To that end, we educate the general public, families, federal and state law-enforcement officials, members of the judiciary, educators, medical professionals, criminal justice professionals, family shelters, rape crisis centers, and other community organizations about sexual and physical abuse and its prevention. Ours is a 'systems' approach whereby we identify and fill critical voids that threaten the well-being of children who are at risk of 'falling through the cracks.' Living an abuse-free life is more than a hope or a dream – it is a child's right.
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Patricia Kirby Rasmussen