April is Child Abuse Prevention Month: Be a Pinwheel Gardener and Help Plant Hope
Bright blue pinwheels are a symbol of child abuse prevention awareness across the nation. Ralston House will be going to organizations in Jefferson, Adams, Gilpin and Broomfield counties asking them to plant gardens of pinwheels in April to serve as a beacon of hope for the children and youth in our community.
This April, Ralston House will be planting hope with each garden purchased and put on display throughout the community.
Can't plant a Pinwheel Garden? Contribute to Ralston House's Virtual Pinwheel Garden by making a donation of $5 or more. Click the donate button to Help Plant Hope!
Plant a Pinwheel Garden:
Each kit contains pinwheels, signage, pamphlets and collection envelope based on the number of Pinwheels you wish to plant. Suggested donation: 50 pinwheels makes a nice garden, and raises $250 for Ralston House.
- Fill out the Pinwheel Reservation Form below
Collect donations for pinwheels at your location for $5 each or make a donation for your own garden to plant
Before the end of April, “plant” the pinwheels in a “garden” at your location along with the provided sign
Post the photo to your social media page and tag @RalstonHouse - We will add your photo to our web page throughout the month
Sponsor a pinwheel ($5.00 each):
Pay Online or by mail check (payable to Ralston House): Ralston House, 10795 West 58th Ave., Arvada, CO 80002
Blue pinwheels are the national symbol of child abuse awareness and each April during National Child Abuse Prevention & Awareness Month, Ralston House “plants” blue pinwheels around the city to serve as a beacon of hope for children and youth in our community.
Questions or Media Info, contact:
Jennifer Kemps, Special Events, firstname.lastname@example.org, 720-898-6754