Kidz 2000 And Beyond Inc
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Arts & Culture, Crime & Law
1545 Cleveland Rd Biscayne Point Miami FL 33141 USA
Kidz 2000 was created to bring world awareness to the increasing problem of child abuse and to urge us all to recognize that we have to stop killing our children. Kidz 2000 was designed predominantly for the children to have 24-hour access to help. Kidz 2000 will enable children to fight back against these crimes. Kidz 2000 will act as a powerful fund raising vehicle to fund specific free of charge programs. This will involve a very strong awareness campaign involving substantial, dramatic advertising on TV, in schools, on the Internet etc.
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