To address the dire state of emergency regarding juvenile crime and violence, we have created Save A Child Month. A national initiative designed to help reduce delinquency and victimization among our most disadvantaged and at-risk youth. My provisional plan can be observed and amended to meet the immediate needs of any child in any situation - no matter what: No Child Left Behind.
We chose the month of January because it marks the birthday of the man who greatly influenced the movement of human rights - Martin Luther King, Jr. Moreover, January has much more than Dr. King to show for its significance in America's history. Most notably: January 20, 2009, when Barack Obama was inaugurated as the first African-American president and the country's 44th president.
Overall, this initiative works to dismantle the pipeline to imprisonment and often premature death, and replace it with preventive supports and services that children need. Such as access to quality early childhood development, education services, unconditional love and unwavering attention.
Our vision with this initiative is to enable at-risk children to engage in wholesome, enjoyable activities during and after school with their peers, in safe places and under the supervision of responsible adults. We also want to help children develop teamwork, job and leadership skills while participating in sports, games, workshops, seminars and community service activities.
The need for effective approaches that will prevent crimes by and against at-risk youth is pressing, as our youth continue to be at increasing risk for victimization and serious delinquency, with several factors playing important roles:Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, and pledge your support or offer any new ideas!