Thanks to the heart-warming stories shared by many of our readers and supporters, Kidpower has been awarded a top-rated listing for 2012 by Great Nonprofits. Each of these testimonials motivate and inspire our instructors, board members, and volunteers – and help us to tell our story to people who are just learning about our organization. [...]
Last week, I spent some unexpected extra time in Manhattan thanks to Super Storm Sandy. I was visiting my son for the weekend before the storm and due to fly out on the Monday afternoon that it arrived. The only place I could get Internet access was on the window ledge over the bathtub of my [...]
Leadership failures in how they have handled the sexual abuse that took place under their watch undermine the Boy Scouts of America’s credibility about their commitment to child protection. They need to change their mindset from protecting the Boy Scouts organization to demonstrating the character that they teach their boys.
Twelve days ago, ten-year-old Jessica Ridgeway left home to meet a friend and walk to school. On the way, she was kidnapped and killed, and her body was found after five days of community-wide searching. The evil person who harmed Jessica has not yet been caught, and parents and teachers are in a state of [...]
Last week, I had the honor of speaking at a press conference held by San Fransisco District Attorney George Gascon to kick off their subcommittee’s “Bye Bye Bullying” video contest for middle and high school students in San Francisco, for which I am a Judge and Kidpower is a co-sponsor.
We need a few minutes of your time to improve access to Kidpower resources for families and schools worldwide. Please take two minutes to help people be safer: go to Amazon and “LIKE” the Kidpower Older and Younger Kids Safety Comics. This will immediately increase their visibility and help introduce them to others. If you [...]