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Rally At Nation’s Capital Works In Tandem With Hundreds Of Others
The Kross Kountry-4-Kids A Journey-4-Justice team will be joined by hundreds of area advocates at Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Park in Washington DC on Sunday, April 7 from 2-4 p.m. as they celebrate the halfway mark in this two-week Caravan Of Hope devoted to cultivating more caring communities for kids. Being organized by Sandy Ameer DiBacco of Boston,Mass. The event will also be hosted in sync with similar National Child Abuse Appreciation Month events all over the nation the same day, helping to further call attention to the cause.
“I am really honored to be so involved with Kross Kountry-4-Kids A Journey-4-Justice as well as National Child Abuse Prevention Month,” DiBacco saud. "It is an issue very close to my heart and one I am committed to throughout the year,” DiBacco continued.
Kross Kountry-4-Kids a Journey-4-Justice pulls out of Sacramento on Sunday, March 31 heading to DC and back,carrying with them the Army Of Angels Mobilizing America Quilt Project, an artful tribute to young crime victims and their family members.
2013 marks 30 years since the month of April has been designated as National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a milestone that represents the priority protecting our children is too many. “We are proud of the progress that has been made in creating a safer society through these efforts, however realize we have a long way to go,” DiBacco also remarked. Those wishing to become involved in the Sunday, April 7 rally in DC, Kross Kountry-4-Kids a Journey-4-Justice or the 50 state National Child Abuse Prevention Month program can call 916-259-4396.