This non profit is taking a two-pronged approach to the issue of Child Abuse. First it aims to educate us on what Child Abuse encompasses: it may not look like what you think it does, and may be happening without you recognizing the signs. Second, they are focusing on the positive care of children. What would help parents, foster parents, care workers, etc alleviate the problem, what are solutions, how do we all help.
By harnessing the youth of today to help spread the word, they are making the next generation of parents aware of child abuse and neglect, what can cause it, what good parenting actually is, BEFORE they have children of their own.
American SPCC has an amazing website with tons of resources. It's helpful for students, teachers, counselors, and anyone working to improve the lives of children. Thank you, American SPCC for providing us with all of this great information in one place!
I'm in sixth grade, and I'm excited to work with American SPCC through the Youth Ambassador program at my school. This organization is providing our No Bully club a chance to make a difference in many students' lives. I'm grateful to the American SPCC for this opportunity!
American SPCC is leading the charge in non-profit work to stop child abuse across the United States. Through their Youth Ambassador program, I believe they will contribute to stopping the cycle of abuse in the next generation.
A group of great people who remain active in the community to help raise awareness and provide solutions.
American SPCC is an invaluable resource for stressed parents who need parenting education and access to supportive parenting resources. I have also been very impressed by the events and programs that their staff and volunteer youth have created in the past year: These have empowered youth to engage in activities of their choice that prevent/reduce child abuse and tangibly improve the lives of youth in their communities.
A friend has been showing me the American/SPCC posts for the last few months. I've been impressed with their commitment to being a champion for kids and their rights. As a mom, I know firsthand how important it is for children to have advocates as well as positive role models. Their vision truly aligns with mine.
ASPCC does a great job of putting the youth voice first - empowering the youth and letting their work shine. Its refreshing to see an organization that doesn't take the youth voice and use it for themselves, instead they let youth have their voice - especially when it is our youth who are effected.
This is a wonderful nonprofit and they do incredible things for children that need someone to stand up for them. All children deserve a life full of love and opportunities and this nonprofit allows this to happen for children that have been neglected and overlooked.