Kids Have Hope is dedicated to child abuse prevention and intervention through education and empowerment. Kids Have Hope uses a research-based curriculum to teach students the ability to recognize unsafe situations or abusive behaviors and build resistance skills. The lessons focus on helping children build a responsive safety network with peers and adults that the child identifies as safe. Our program offers teacher, parent, and caregiver trainings and tools to address and prevent potential issues with various forms of abuse.
Kids Have Hope is raising money to prevent and stop child abuse, and to participate in The USA TODAY Network's A Commuity Thrives* competition to win grant money in order to stop abuse nationwide. Our goal is to have Kids Have Hope is every school across the nation to prevent and stop child abuse of every kind.
*A Community Thrives empowers communities by investing in education, arts & culture, or wellness related organizations. We give national exposure to local issues by tapping into the power of the USA TODAY NETWORK. This year, we’ll be giving away another $600,000 in grants.