National Award Recipient for Make A Difference Day 2013

National Award Recipient for Make A Difference Day 2013

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Welcome to the Child Rescue Foundation Website.

The Heart of Imagination Day is Saturday July 2 from 9-5!!

Come out and have your face painted, have art with the children and raise awareness of how children see their world through their art!

Magician, fun and more!

Like us on Facebook and receive a free plush animal!

Next Project: Pencil Box Project! Providing school supplies for over 1200 school children who often choose between a meal, a bed, and their school supplies!

PLEASE KNOW, WE DO NOT GIVE OUT INDIVIDUAL SCHOOL SUPPLIES. YOU MUS BE REGISTERED WITH A PROGRAM FROM DENVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

TO DONATE, GO TO OUR PROJECTS PAGE AND FILL OUT THE PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT FORM.

THANK YOU! June 1-July 31

Today, if you are shopping away on Amazon, please remember that Child Rescue Foundation is a supporting non profit of Amazon Smile, and with just a click, we receive a percentage of sales!
It’s that easy!OR

 A GoFundMe account has been established..raising $3500 for the Pencil Box Project for Kids in need…visit       TheChildRescueFoundation/FaceBook site for more info or click on the link below to donate..We need your help! This is a fully volunteer organization..no one on staff receives a paycheck!!

http://www.gofundme.com/ju3qwc

With the help of our new Social Media Interns, we received almost 300 likes on our facebook page…visit us today and send us a like!! indexFollow
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   2016 Board of Directors Update

FINAL

For the next 6 months, CRF will be addressing the new Sticks and Stones Project..an anti bullying campaign in honor of the 7 children we lost last year to bullying and suicide.Go to The Newsletter Bar for the next 6 months, review that month’s issue of Bullying, as this issue has come to front of the media with several suicides directly related to bullying of our students. Tips, stories, awareness raising tools and help will be offered in this series coming up. Take a moment, learn and get involved. Bullying is NOT OK…

Sticks and Stones Anti Bullying Campaign 2016

June Sticks and Stones

Addressing the issue of bullying in our schools, in our workplaces, at home, and in society.Each Month we will have a section addressing the following highlights:Aware– raising the awareness of the damaging, sometimes lifelong effects that bullying has Raising the awareness of the effects that bullying has on our children in school, i.e. suicide rates for our children as early as elementary school not only nationwide, but escalating in Colorado.Care– why should we care?Articles from the “Front”-Share– stories from others who have been bullied and what is done to their livesPrepare Lastly, how do we Prepare to help pothers, after we understand the warning signs, know that we can make a difference, and we are keen to provide links and numbers so you can help another, or help your child/a co worker/ a friend escape a bully.Please know we will also highlight how to help a bully. Why bullies “bully”, and where there is help for them.AwareCarehttp://www.pacer.org/bullying/video Share-http://www.noplace4hate.org/real-bullying-stories/

Sticks and Stones June 2016

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 Check out the Yellow Ribbon Project….visit our newsletter for the full article or use the link above….there is always help if you are the victim, employer, friend or clergy…..Reach out today and help a friend in need and be informed!!images3

                                                 New Announcement!

Purchase a designer mint condition teddy bear for adoption. All donations tax deductible under IRS statutes. Purchase here!Big_The_Etsy_Logo

This site was designed to educate families affected by domestic violence about choices, tools and self-accountability for their own behavior. Our mission is to expand the awareness of domestic violence through education, outreach and referral services found throughout this site. Granting wishes to families and children impacted by violence since 1999.

Throughout the year we are always in need of physical and financial assistance for the more than 15,000 children we serve.

In 2005, we expanded our services to include children affected by transition and homelessness to provide for specific needs for their survival and for them to thrive in their community. If you wish to donate goods, please see our page on donations.

Know that your donations go directly to the children as no staff or board members are ever paid for their service.

Donations are greatly appreciated, please call 303-628-0477 for processing information.

Visa, Mastercard and Discover gladly taken.

Contact: Joanne Kappel, Executive Director

E-Mail: childrescue97984@aol.com

Please send all donations and mail inquiries to:

Child Rescue Foundation P.O. Box 102319 Denver, CO 80250