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Pledge to WEAR BLUE on April 4

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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month; in support, Child Advocacy Centers of South Dakota invites you to WEAR BLUE on Wednesday, April 4th, 2018! On this day, individuals and organizations across South Dakota will band together to make a visible commitment to preventing child abuse and supporting strong families and healthy children throughout the state.

One person can make a difference, and it can start with you!  On April 4th, WEAR BLUE anywhere – to work, to school, a community event, the gym, and even at home.  Invite yourfriends, family, students, co-workers or even your entire office to WEAR BLUE too! It doesn’t matter if it’s a blue shirt or blue suede shoes, the unified, community-wide act of wearing blue will help raise awareness that child abuse is preventable.

HOW DO I PARTICIPATE?

  1. Wear Blue on April 4th!
  2. Share your commitment with family, friends and co-workers and encourage them to WEAR BLUE too!
  3. Take a picture of yourself, your group, class, or company wearing blue and share it on our Facebook page (and your page as well), share it on Twitter, Instagram and email it to coord.cacsd@gmail.com. Use the #SDWearBlue

WHY BLUE?

In the spring of 1989, a grandmother from Virginia began the blue ribbon campaign as a tribute to her grandson, a three-year old who died at the hands of his mother’s abusive boyfriend. Since that time, concerned citizens all over the country have worn blue as a symbol of the need to prevent child abuse and neglect.

The Child Advocacy Centers of South Dakota

CACSD is a network of Child Advocacy Centers (CACs) dedicated to helping local communities respond to allegations of child abuse in ways that are effective and efficient – and put the needs of child victims first.

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What can you do?

Reporting abuse or neglect can protect a child and get help for a family – it may even save a child’s life. Learn more about reporting child abuse here.