Kids In Danger
Rating: 5 stars 35 35 reviews
Children & Youth, Disaster Aid, Crime & Law
116 W. Illinois, Suite 5E Chicago IL 60654 USA
Kids In Danger is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting children by improving children’s product safety. Our mission is to promote the development of safer children’s products, advocate for children and educate the public, especially parents and caregivers, about dangerous children’s products. We were founded in 1998 by the parents of Danny Keysar who was killed in a dangerous portable crib.
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As a member of the Board of Directors, this organization is small but mighty. The passion of everyone at Kids In Danger (KID) is awe inspiring. The mission is to protect our children and educate families, communities and providers. Everyone who hears the KID story is forever touched and gives of themselves in any way possible. The staff is dedicated, hard working and gives 100% everyday. I am proud everyday to be a part of an amazing organization.
My oldest daughter was in the same daycare and had, at one time, slept in the same portable crib that was responsible for Danny's death. She is alive today and is a beautiful 17 year old with amazing dreams, we are the lucky ones. I was asked to join the board shortly after KID was founded. Being a member of this organization is truly an honor. The passion that surrounds this group is contagious and everyone who hears about the organization, attends an event or meets its founders are truly amazed and moved by it's mission. KID will always be a part of our family and we will continue to support the organization and its cause for many years.
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