Pinwheels for Prevention Campaign
for Child Abuse Prevention Month
Public Planting - April 10th 10:30am at the Broomfield Library
By its very nature, the pinwheel connotes whimsy and childlike notions. In essence, it has come to serve as the physical embodiment, or reminder, of the healthy starts we want for all children. It has become a national symbol for child abuse prevention.
This year, we will have pinwheel gardens at Health & Human Services, Broomfield Public Library, and Paul Derda Rec Center. Would you like to plant some gardens? CLICK HERE to let us know!
Thank you to last year's sponsors of our pinwheel gardens:
Donate to help fund local Pinwheel Gardens that build awareness about how to work together to strengthen our families and community!
Contact or call with questions or to participate.
BECC is a proud partner of:
More information will be shared throughout the month of April to let you know resources and where to turn.