Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii’s Pinwheels for Prevention Planting
Sunday, April 8, 2018
2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
State Capitol Front Lawn
Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii’s 12th Annual Pinwheels for Prevention project features more than 1,000 shiny metallic blue and white pinwheels to be planted on the State Capitol front lawn by Girl Scouts of Hawaii on April 8, 2018. The event is sponsored by Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii, State Department of Health and the Child Abuse Prevention Planning Council. The pinwheels will be on display from April 8 through April 22, 2018.
Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii asks Girl Scouts of Hawaii to bring attention to child abuse and neglect prevention in Hawaii by coming out to plant the 1,000 colorful pinwheels on the State Capitol front lawn. The pinwheel is the new national symbol of child abuse and neglect prevention and symbolizes our hope for the happy childhood of children. The annual event is the kickoff for the month-long series of events to observe April Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Awareness Month in April.
Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii, the Hawaii Chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America, is a non-profit organization dedicated to preventing child abuse through education, public awareness and advocacy which promote positive parenting and healthy families where children are valued and loved. www.preventchildabusehawaii.org
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Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii is a chartered chapter of the national organization Prevent Child Abuse America.