October 19, 2012
I took each of my girls to a Kidpower workshop when they were in Elementary School (and my older daughter just attended a Teenpower workshop). These are so great; they are not scary but do help a child know exactly what to do if they are in a threatening situation. They kids actually get to practice in a strong but fun way. The email newsletters that Irene puts out addressing some tragedy that I've been following in the news are SO HELPFUL in making sure that I deal with my own fears before trying to help my kids be safe. Their free PDF articles are also very timely and helpful. I don't know of another organization like this in the whole country. It is unusual, desperately needed and workshops are free for low-income kids. It is the top non-profit that I know of.
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