This month we at Kidpower, along with individuals, families, schools, organizations, businesses, and agencies, are taking action to honor, inspire, and support adult leadership worldwide to promote and protect the safety and well-being of young people.
This Fullpower Full-Force Self-Defense Workshop for Young Adults 17 to 22 years old will give students the opportunity to practice boundary-setting, self-defense, positive communication, and other ‘People Safety’ skills for taking charge of their emotional and physical safety and well-being.
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.
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 Response to NPR blog post by Emily Lodish about “Global Parenting Habits That Haven’t Caught on Yet in the U.S.” answering the question, “If this is safe for kids in these other countries, why isn’t it acceptable here?”
Thanks to the power of community and the miracle of the Internet, Kidpower’s waterfall of love has grown to embrace much of the world! We are celebrating 25 years of keeping kids- and people who used to be kids – SAFE!