What We Can Do For You. 

We distribute child safety kits in two primary ways:

1.) Selling the child safety kits outright to day care centers, preschools, and public and private schools.

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2.) Providing the child safety kits at no cost to day care centers, preschools, public and private schools, after a local community-minded business sponsors the cost of the kits.

Of course, both of the above options have their advantages and disadvantages.  Specifically, most day care centers, preschools, and schools have highly restricted budgets that make it difficult to fund the cost of our child safety kits.  On the other hand, it can sometimes take a bit longer to receive the child safety kits when it becomes necessary to secure a sponsor to fund the cost of the kits.

To help address these potential challenges, we have kept the cost of our kits as affordable as possible, so that schools, even with the tightest budgets, will find it more feasible to purchase our kits for their children.  Additionally, when a school or day care center elects to have the kits sponsored by a local business, we work diligently to secure an appropriate sponsor for the distributing school or day care center.  We actively reach out to businesses in the community, whose products and services are geared towards children or families.  Specifically, we will often invite pediatricians, dentists, children's clothing stores, and other businesses that cater to children and families, to sponsor the kits.

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If you are a business owner who would like to sponsor a child safety program or you're considering sponsoring a program, we're confident that you will find your participation to be an extremely fulfilling and smart business decision.

Businesses that sponsor child safety programs are placed prominently on the front cover of each child safety kit that they sponsor.  We can include your company's full color logo as well as your business address, phone number, and even your website address on the front cover of each kit.  Unlike print ads that might last a day or so before they're thrown out, these child safety kits are often kept by parents for many years.  If you are a business that provides products or services to families in your local community, we believe that this is one of the best ways for you to enhance your company's presence in a positive way.

If you are a school, a day care center, or a business that would like to learn more about our programs, please visit our Contact Us page on this website


Resources:


Staying informed and educated is a vital part of protecting your children from the many dangers they face each day.  The following list provide a wealth of information that can help to further educate you and your family. It should be noted, however, that our references to the following websites do not constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government or any of the organizations listed below. 

This following names are provided for informational purposes only.


National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children
FBI's Website Resources on Kidnappings & Missing Persons
AMBER Alert (US Department of Justice's Website)
America's Most Wanted