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As a nonprofit, Kidpower’s vision is to work together to build cultures of caring, respect, and safety for everyone, everywhere.
Our mission is to give people the Kidpower “People Safety” tools they need to lead safer, more joyful lives — and use of our program in different places by different people helps to further that mission.
The purpose of our Permission to Use Requirements is to share Kidpower’s resources in ways that: are sustainable for our organization, protect our copyright, uphold our quality standards, document the use of our program, and increase our visibility so that others can learn about and benefit from our services.
You can put links to our URLs of articles on our site, since this brings people to our site. If you get prior permission as indicated below, you may also reproduce in hard print copy only the PDFs provided with articles for use for specific activities on a case by case basis with prior written permission as described below. Prior written permission is required before publishing any of our articles in electronic or print form. Even with permission, no more than two of our articles at a time may be published on a website. Please Contact Us.
If you wish to publish or use our articles or program content in any other digital or printed format, our Permission to Use Requirements include:
- To Contact Us for permission. Explain what articles or other material you want to use and how you want to use them. We normally grant permission for a limited number of articles for personal and charitable noncommercial purposes as long as our Permission to Use Requirements are followed.
- To acknowledge Kidpower visibly and clearly at the beginning of the article or other use for any use of our program and tell others how to reach us both internationally and through any local centers. Please have active links for anything done electronically, include a reference with a link to any specific articles used, and our logo if you use graphics.For example, AT THE BEGINNING of any article used or other material that is extensively quoted or paraphrased, please put this acknowledgement as an introductory note or byline: “Thank you to Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower International and (author’s name) for permission to use this copyrighted article. Kidpower is a global nonprofit leader in providing safety education to prevent and stop bullying, violence, and abuse. For more resources, see www.kidpower.org or contact email@example.com. [If there is a local center outside of California: For information about services in _______, contact ________.]”
- To NOT use our Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower organizational or program names or copyrighted organizational and program description language for your own marketing or fundraising because this might give a confusing impression that you are part of our organization – unless of course, you actually have developed a partnership with our organization and are receiving training and authorization to represent us in your area.
- To include Kidpower’s name with the title and/or author of the article.
- Where you put your own copyright notice for a newsletter, to add our copyright notice: [Article Title] reprinted by special permission. Copyright (c) Irene van der Zande 2013 All rights reserved. www.kidpower.org.
- To not keep more than two of our Kidpower articles at a time on your website. We have been advised that it hurts both your and our Google rankings to have too much duplicative material on our websites, so we need to limit the number you use at a time – but you can rotate them if you wish. In fact, many groups send our articles out to their constituents in their newsletters, blogs, and papers.
- To let us know if any of these requirements don’t work for you so we can discuss to see if you can figure out how to share our material in a way that meets both our needs.
- To tell us how use of our program ideas or materials benefited your readers or the people you serve, including sharing stories and comments.