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April is
Child Abuse Prevention Month

"Be a Champion for Idaho Kids"

"Every child deserves a champion; an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection and insists that they become the best they can possibly be."
~Rita Pearson

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Wear Blue Day is April 8th!
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The Traveling Pinwheel Display can be found at the following locations throughout April:

April 4-8 Panhandle Health District, Hayden, ID

April 8-10 Just Between Friends Sale, Kootenai County Fairgrounds

April 11-15 Coeur d'Alene Children's Library
April 18-22 Harding Center, Coeur d'Alene, ID

April 25-29 Boys & Girls Club Post Falls

Join us at 9am on April 8th at the Harding Center as Mayor Jim Hammond reads a proclamation for the month of April and participate in a Ribbons of Hope activity.

NEW THIS YEAR! Look for our fence line message along Seltice Way in Post Falls at the Frederick Post Learning Center. Thank you, Post Falls School District, for allowing us the use of your fence, and thank you to the Idaho Children's Trust Fund for funding these fence messages to be displayed across Idaho!


The Ribbons of Hope project invites citizens to make a commitment to strengthen themselves, someone they know, or the community, and add it to the display to show how small actions collectively add up to create big change. The result is a beautiful exhibit that can empower individuals and remind them that every action counts.

For more information or to pickup a kit of your own, please contact the ICARE Program at 208.676.1515.

Tag your photos throughout April:

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