Over the years the collaborative effort to raise awareness for the prevention of child abuse in Colorado has grown exponentially thanks to hundreds of local organizations and individuals working together at the local, state and national levels. This year, we are excited to launch a new collaborative campaign website to provide a shared space for nonprofit organizations and associations, government agencies, businesses and individuals alike to inspire all of Colorado to make #greatchildhoods happen.

The new website at www.COPinwheelsForPrevention.org features:

  • an Inspiration Center offering a space to highlight events, ways to get involved and stories that inspire communities.
  • A toolbox for you, your organization or community to inspire a conversation in April – Child Abuse Prevention Month and all year long. [TOOLBOX IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE]
  • And of course, a one-stop-shop to buy pinwheel displays!

As the Colorado Chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America, Illuminate Colorado, we will continue to share updates on our blog as we get closer to April, but we encourage you to unlock the toolkit for yourself and subscribe to stay informed as we get organized in communities all over Colorado. [TOOLKIT IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE]

PS. Thank you to the more than 57 people who joined us in January for our Pinwheels for Prevention planning call. Your feedback and ideas are what gave us the inspiration for the all that you will see HERE!

Next Statewide Pinwheels for Prevention Campaign Planning Meeting
Wednesday, March 18
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Illuminate Colorado
1530 West 13th Avenue #118
Denver, CO 80204
RSVP to add to your calendar and get call-in and web link. [REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED]

SPECIAL OFFER – Thanks to the Colorado Human Services Directors Association, for the first time, EVERY county human services department in Colorado will receive a FREE Pinwheel Garden if you order BEFORE March 1, 2020. To redeem your $50.00 off coupon toward your entire 2020 pinwheels purchase email Kfacchinello@illuminatecolorado.org. Limit one coupon per county department.

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