Letter to the Editor

Education on abuse

Executive director, SLO County Child Abuse Prevention CouncilJanuary 9, 2014 

On behalf of the San Luis Obispo County Child Abuse Prevention Council (SLO-CAP) Board of Directors, I want to thank Central Coast Funds for Children for supporting the purchase of 5,000 “My Body Belongs to Me” activity books. In 2014, SLO-CAP will distribute the activity books to school-age children through our Talking About Touching and Child Safety ID Outreach programs.

Central Coast Funds for Children is an all-volunteer nonprofit dedicated to raising funds to help keep children safe and healthy. As a longstanding community partner, Central Coast Funds for Children joins SLO-CAP in meeting our mission by providing child abuse prevention education throughout all regions of San Luis Obispo County. With their support, SLO-CAP is in position to offer these valued resources free of charge to local schools, service providers such as childcare professionals and at community events. To learn more about the Talking About Touching and Child Safety ID Outreach programs contact SLOCAP at 543-6216 or visit http://www.slocap.org for more information.

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