At Childhelp we have been working hard to bring the entire family together for a coast-to-coast Christmas, complete with joyful music, tasty treats, a heart of thanksgiving, and festive celebrations – all for the love of a child. Though we may not be as quick as Santa Clause, throughout the month of December we have been diligent to sprinkle festivity across the map.
Oftentimes, we think, “There are so many problems in the world today, how can I make a difference? Where do I even start?” Our Childhelp family can certainly understand that overwhelming wave of intimidation when standing toe-to-toe with this plague of child abuse. But, we hold on to hope while living for the love of a child: one step, one project, one child at a time.
As we honor the Inaugural #AllSurvivorsDay, a long-time supporter of Childhelp and courageous survivor herself dives into what the day means to her.
On Saturday, Nov. 3, Childhelp will join forces with other worldwide organizations to celebrate the inaugural All Survivors Day: an international day to both celebrate and recognize survivors of past abuse.