April is Child Abuse Awareness Month
Since 1985, April has been recognized as National Child Abuse Awareness Month. During this month, and every month, we encourage people to help us spread awareness by planting pinwheels in Allegan County and the surrounding areas. Pinwheels are used as the national symbol of child abuse prevention. They represent a hopeful, happy and carefree childhood . For this reason, organizations across the nation and Safe Harbor host Pinwheel Gardens to raise awareness.
You Can Help Prevent Child Abuse, Join Us On April 1st!
Safe Harbor’s Pinwheel Garden:
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Please join Safe Harbor at our annual Pinwheel Garden Event where we will be planting “Pinwheels for Prevention” to increase awareness of child abuse and neglect in our community. This is also an opportunity to learn more about Safe Harbor, tour our current and future buildings, get to know our staff, and enjoy lunch with us.
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
This year we will start at Safe Harbor’s future building located at 102 Brady Street. Tours of this building will start at 11:00 a.m. and pinwheel planting will start at noon, followed by lunch at our current building located at 402 Trowbridge Street.