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This month, please consider "Wearing Blue" in honor of the 1 in 10 children who are victims of sexual abuse by the time they are 18 years of age and the 500 children whom Sunflower House serves each year.
How does it work? It's easy!
- Pick a week in April for your business or group to promote a Wear Blue opportunity
- Participants pay $5 per day to wear jeans, blue business attire or casual blue attire to work, school, dance class, church or during designated activities.
- Sunflower House will provide all of the materials necessary and do all of the leg-work. It’s totally EASY
- Then, ask each participant to pass on the message of prevention by telling at least two other people about why he or she is wearing blue and ask them to get involved!
The money raised during your designated Wear Blue Week will help Sunflower House provide child abuse prevention programs in more than 170 schools in Johnson and Wyandotte counties this year. Over 16,000 children will learn to recognize, resist and report abuse through our education programs in 2017!
Click HERE to sign up your group!
We'd like to thank the "Wear Blue Week" companies from 2016:
Allstate Financial Services
Cedar Lake Village
City of Shawnee
Good Samaritan Society
Johnson County District Attorney's Office
Johnson County Sheriff
KU Medical Center
KU Medical Center Landon Center on Aging
Lenexa Police Department
Overland Park Police Department
Pawnee Elementary School
Pegah's Family Restaurant
South & Associates
Special Beginnings Early Learning Center
State Farm - John Wills Agency
St. Joseph Early Learning Center
Trinity Lutheran Church
Turner Elementary School
Victory Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram
Weavers Auto Center
Wyandotte County District Attorney's Office