Colorado Chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America
Illuminate Colorado is home to the Colorado Chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America, the nation’s oldest and largest organization committed to preventing child abuse and neglect before it happens.
As a state chapter, we are a part of a national network of organizations and community members working to promote programs and resources informed by science that enable kids, families, and entire communities to thrive—today, tomorrow, and for generations to come.
Our History Together
In 2017, Prevent Child Abuse Colorado was among the four independent nonprofit organizations in Colorado that consolidated to leverage resources and increase capacity to more effectively prevent child maltreatment in Colorado. Since then, we’ve grown exponentially in service of our mission to strengthen families, organizations and communities to prevent child maltreatment.
As the Colorado Chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America, Illuminate Colorado leads the Pinwheels for Prevention Campaign in Colorado. Beginning in Colorado in 2009, the Campaign has grown exponentially over the years with hundreds of local organizations and individuals distributing more than 50,000 pinwheels each year.
As the Colorado Chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America, Illuminate Colorado also:
- Contributes invaluably to comprehensive prevention efforts, providing state-level expertise and resources and ultimately amplifying prevention work widely in Colorado
- Corks in tandem with a wide array of community partners to deliver valuable day-to-day prevention work, and
- Formulates innovative strategies to address issues such as child sexual abuse, raising awareness for the prevention of child abuse and neglect, and advocating with state and local governments to ensure that there is funding available for programs designed to benefit children and families.
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