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Lauren’s Kids hosted a cocktail reception and sit down dinner honoring the work of the people who make a difference in the South Florida community.
While we cannot stop every instance, 95% of childhood sexual abuse is PREVENTABLE with education and awareness.
The power of having allies in the fight to prevent abuse and support survivors is critical. Many times, the journey from victim to thriving survivor is made with the help of strong allies.
Today we want to honor the power of voice, and how powerful survivors' voices can be. A crucial part of the Lauren's Kids' mission is to flip the narrative and help survivors heal, knowing their voice has power — that it's "OK to tell," and that it's OK to heal,
Today marks the beginning of National Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) and National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Every year, this month of significance provides an opportunity to shine light in dark places, elevate survivors’ voices, and educate communities about ways to prevent abuse and support survivors.
April is both National Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) and National Child Abuse Prevention Month. This year’s theme, STAND IN YOUR POWER, honors the 42 million survivors of child sexual abuse living in the U.S. today.
On Sunday, January 30, 2022, hundreds of runners, walkers, and athletes who are differently abled came together from all walks of life at the David Posnack Jewish Community Center (DPJCC) despite historic cold weather conditions to participate in the Be a Hero-Run4Kids 5K Run/Walk and Wheelchair Race.
After years of working hard to heal herself and restore her life — running a non-profit to help victims, getting married, having children and winning her Senate seat — Book has been victimized again, this time by someone trying to extort her by threatening to reveal nude photos that were