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Kidpower Benefits from Whole Foods of Cupertino’s “Nickels for Nonprofits” program through August 31!

If you live in the Cupertino area and shop at Whole Foods, you can help Kidpower by bringing your own bags and asking for a donation instead of a credit.


Kidpower Benefits from Whole Foods of Fresno’s “Nickels for Nonprofits” program through August 31!

If you live in the Fresno area and shop at Whole Foods, you can help Kidpower by bringing your own bags and asking for a donation instead of a credit.


Kidpower Benefits from Miller Avenue Whole Foods “Dimes for Donations” Program through July 6th!

If you live in the Mill Valley area and shop at Whole Foods, you can help Kidpower by bringing your own bags when you shop at the  Whole Foods Market on 414 Miller Ave. and asking for a donation instead of credit. It really adds up — Every dime we receive helps to keep kids […]


“What If Someone Starts Shooting Kids At My School?” – A Heartbreaking Question No Child Should Ever Have To Ask

Every time a school shooting occurs, parents, teachers, and other caring adults want to know what to say to their children. Our job is to provide reassuring, truthful information in an age-appropriate fashion without putting upsetting images in our children’s heads that don’t need to be there. Here how to protect children’s emotional safety right now as we are figuring out how to take action to prevent tragedies like this in the future.


Protect Your Child From Abduction: Safety Checklist to Prepare Kids to Go Without Adult Protection

Make sure your kids are prepared to avoid and escape from danger on the way to school, a friend’s house, the store, or anytime they go out without adult protection. Download a free one-page “Kidpower Safety Checklist for Parents” about how to prepare kids and assess to ensure they are ready to recognize potential danger and make safe choices immediately.


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