Go Blue 4 Kids

go blue 4 kids ways to go blue2In 1989, a grandmother from Virginia began the blue ribbon campaign as a tribute to her 3 year old grandson who died at the hands of his mother's abusive boyfriend. Since then, concerned citizens all over the country have worn blue as a symbol to prevent child abuse and neglect.

Why Blue? Why Pinwheels? The blue pinwheel serves as the national symbol for child abuse prevention representing a happy and healthy childhood.

Ways to Go Blue:

Don't forget to post your pictures on Facebook or Instagram with #GoBlue4Kids

  • Attend our Annual Go Blue 4 Kids Breakfast featuring speaker, Kevin Mulcahy. The event will take place March 31st at the Holiday Inn on Electronics Parkway from 7:30AM-8:30AM. Purchase Your Tickets Today!
  • Attend our Annual Pinwheel Ball: Enjoy a fun evening of live music, delicious food and an exciting silent/live auction.  This formal event will take place April 8th at the OnCenter from 6:30PM-11:00PM. Purchase Your Tickets Today!
  • Sign Up for our Step Up 4 Kids 5K/ Kid's Fun Run: The 5K will take place April 30th from 7:00AM-12:00PM.  This is a family fun event that will feature music from Just Joe and several other fun activites.  Sign Up Today!







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If you suspect that a child is being abused, call Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-342-3720