Commit to Prevent as a Business

A business devoted to ensuring their employees and their children are safe at home,...
  • A business devoted to ensuring their employees and their children are safe at home, can help increase productivity in the workplace. 
  • Inform your employees and your vendors about child abuse prevention programs, prevalence of child abuse and neglect, and ways people can get involved in prevention efforts.
  • Purchase and display or sell pinwheels or pinwheel themed products.
  • Insert messages in product packaging to bring attention to child abuse prevention.
  • Plant a pinwheel garden or display a Commit To Prevent Yard Sign on your company’s premises.
  • Offer your company’s expertise towards advancing the cause of child abuse prevention.
  • Purchase advertisements to place in the annual Kids Are Worth It! Conference brochure.
  • Sponsor Child Abuse Prevention events, such as PCAK Trainings, the Kids Are Worth It! Conference on child abuse prevention, the Commit To Prevent 5K Run/Walk, or the annual Golf Tournament for Child Abuse Prevention.
  • Recruit staff volunteers to give time towards child abuse prevention activities.
  • Donate used ink cartridges or cell phones to Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky.
  • Promote PCAK and child abuse prevention efforts by publishing information on the agency’s website, newsletter or mailers.
  • List child abuse prevention information as a resource for parents on your website or in publications.
  • Participate in Child Abuse Prevention Month activities. 
  • Sponsor a public service announcement and/or a billboard in your community for child abuse prevention.
  • Donate space to host child abuse prevention workshops and trainings.
  • Send personnel to trainings and/or provide scholarships for community members to attend PCAK trainings.
  • Donate resources towards the printing of prevention publications and brochures.
  • Host a party for prevention.
  • Allow employees to participate in the Commit to Prevent® Photo Challenge during Child Abuse Prevention Month.
  • Donate resources to families in need – clothing, food, shelter, furnishings, job search information, toys, etc.
  • Find out how prepared your business organization is to reduce the risk of child sexual abuse: