PLEDGE TO WEAR BLUE on April 7th to show your commitment to keep kids safe!
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month; in support, Prevent Child Abuse Virginia invites you to WEAR BLUE on FRIDAY, April 7th, 2017! On this day, individuals and organizations across Virginia will band together to make a visible commitment to preventing child abuse and supporting strong families and healthy children throughout the Commonwealth.
One person can make a difference, and it can start with you! On April 7th, WEAR BLUE anywhere – to work, to school, a community event, the gym, and even at home. Invite your friends, family, students, co-workers or even your entire office to WEAR BLUE too! It doesn’t matter if its 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?
- Wear Blue on April 7th!
- Share your commitment with family, friends and co-workers and encourage them to WEAR BLUE too!
- 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, and e-mail it to email@example.com. Use the #GOBLUE and #PCAV
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.