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We are a national groundswell of parents and caregivers taking
a stand to keep children safe. It starts with a simple commitment.

Are you in?

We believe that
children are
worth protecting.

We believe that our
actions today change
the future of

We believe that
together, we can give
our children the safe,
happy childhoods
they deserve.

Let us help you protect your kids. Check out our learning hub for
child safety, tools, and tips by development stage:

Infants & Toddlers

This period (ages birth-4) is
the earliest stages of
exploration and learning.
Find out what you need to
know to help foster that
growth in safe environments.

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Elementary Aged

At this stage (ages 5-10),
children undergo physical
and behavioral changes, as
they develop more of their
personal identity among
their peers.

Learn More
Middle Schoolers

Children at this age often
face the most developmental
challenges of any age, as they
encounter instances of
societal and peer pressure.

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High Schoolers

During this stage, children
often begin exploring the
limits of their independence.
Find out how you can help
prepare them for a safe

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Creating Safer Communities

Have you ever heard the saying, “It takes a village to raise a child?” Communities play an important role in a child’s learning, development, and decision making. Every community is a little bit different, and the children within those communities may have different pathways and journeys.

Explore the child safety considerations of these unique communities:

Teaching Moments

Safe adult status matters more than just when it’s “crunch-time.” We know life can be stressful, and it is easy for kids and parents to get overwhelmed. This is why it’s so important to have an open line of communication with your kids at all times, so no matter what is going on in your life, they know they can communicate their feelings with you. By being a safe adult in good times, you’ll automatically be a safe adult for them to turn to when things are bad. Cultivating a healthy, trusting relationship with kids is actually one of the best protections against abuse.

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Founded by

Rochel Leah Bernstein, 2018