MEDIA ALERT: Kosair Charities’ Face It Movement to host statewide Child Abuse Prevention virtual training event 

MEDIA ALERT: Kosair Charities’ Face It Movement to host statewide Child Abuse Prevention virtual training event 

WHAT:  Do you want to be the face of child abuse prevention? Keeping kids safe is an adult responsibility. Kosair Charities and the Face It Movement invite you to learn more about the faces of child abuse and how you can promote change. In an exclusive virtual event, hear from keynote speaker, Rachael Denhollander, in addition to distinguished state and local guest speakers. All proceeds and donations support the Child Abuse Prevention fund at Kosair Charities. Special thanks to Honorary Event Chairs – Mr. W. Frank and Mrs. Paula Harshaw (Harshaw Trane).

WHY:    Kentucky is #1 in the NATION in incidents of child abuse and neglect, with nearly double the national average. Face It ® directly addresses the  unacceptable incidences of child abuse and neglect in Kentucky with the promotion of best practices in child abuse prevention and intervention, engaging the community, and advocating for effective policies to improve the child welfare system.

WHEN:   Tuesday, Oct. 6, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

WHERE:   https://kosair-2020.hatfield.marketing/

WHO:     Speakers

  • Rachael Denhollander, Attorney & Advocate (Keynote)
    Attorney General, Daniel Cameron (guest speaker)
    Councilman David James (guest speaker)
    Elizabeth Woolsey (emcee)
    Keith Inman (Kosair Charities president)

Photo/Video Opportunity:

  • Rachael Denhollander headshot and Bio (attached)
  • Quotes and screenshots from event are welcome to be utilized.
  • View Face It ® brochure
  • NOTE: Per keynote’s request, no video portion of the keynote may be utilized, only screenshots and individual quotes. Event link above is not public.

CONTACT:  Lindsay Wehr, Senior VP of Strategy & Outreach
Kosair Charities, lwehr@kosair.org, 502-262-5434 (cell – may call or text)

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