Prevent Child Abuse America designated the pinwheel as the national symbol for child abuse prevention. By its very nature, the pinwheel connotes whimsy and childlike notions. In essence, it has come to serve as the physical embodiment and reminder of the safe and happy childhoods we want for all children. Throughout the month of April (Child Abuse Prevention Month), we honor the children facing these struggles by planting pinwheel gardens in public places. This is a unique opportunity to spread awareness and spark conversations so that members of our community can learn more about the effects of child abuse and how they can help to support meaningful change.
Stay tuned for updated information regarding participation in this Spring's campaign.
Pinwheels for prevention donors:
Representative Lee Hewitt
Mariah Johnson- Re/max southern shores
Optimist Club of St. Andrews
Phillip Brady- RE/MAX Town & Country
Robin and David Hays
Jill Caines- RE/MAX Town & Country
Derrick and Alyson Mabe
Troi Kaz- Better Homes & Gardens (Elliott Coastal Living)
Elliott & Phelan Law
Harriett, Stoney & Lydia Miller
Stephanie & David Hutchinson
Donna Millen- Crosscountry Mortgage
Miranda Mullican- LulaRoe Room