Pinwheels for Prevention

The Pinwheels for Prevention is a national campaign as a reminder of the uplifting and great childhood all children deserve. The Blue and Silver Pinwheels are popping up all across the map to promote Kentucky’s Pinwheels for Prevention campaign – to educate communities on child abuse and neglect prevention. You may order actual pinwheels to plant in your community by visiting our online store. To plant a virtual pinwheel click the button below and follow instructions by choosing “plant a virtual pinwheel” as your donation type.  All donations are tax deductible. The donation can be in memory of or in honor of a person of the donor’s choice. 

Virtual Pinwheel Purchase Pinwheels

*As a reminder, Prevent Child Abuse America, who holds the trademark registration for the blue and silver pinwheel asks that we don’t associate pinwheels with victims/substantiations. Pinwheels may be equated with general statement of support for great childhoods and healthy development. Associate them with live births in your county, number of children/families you serve, or another positive imagery. The Pinwheels for Prevention Campaign does not want to reinforce negative images that may be counter-productive to the symbol's image of hope, health and happiness. Pinwheels for Prevention is a registered U.S. trademark held by Prevent Child Abuse America (Reg. No. 2,800,287).

 
 
 
 

GIRL SCOUT PARTNERSHIP AND PINWHEEL ORDERS

You probably know of Girl Scouts because of their fantastic cookies (Caramel DeLites!... or do you know them as Samoas?? https://static.xx.fbcdn.net/images/emoji.php/v9/f4c/1/16/1f642.png) We are excited about a new partnership with girl scouts from both the Kentuckiana and Wilderness Road Councils. These young women are the leaders of tomorrow! They will join with Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky for Wear Blue Day, pinwheel plantings, earning patches and much more! If you would like more information about the Girl Scout’s partnership, patches and/or rates please contact Emily Nichols at estatler@pcaky.org or call the office 859.225.8879.