The Beau Biden Foundation for the Protection of Children and the Cowhey Family Supermarket are partnering once again this Fall to help stop and prevent child abuse.

Starting Friday, November 1, 2019, customers of the Cowhey Family ShopRite of Warminster will have an opportunity to donate $1.00 (or more) to help facilitate prevention and awareness trainings in Bucks County.

Funds raised through this partnership will bring the full complement of the Foundation’s programming to Bucks County:

1. Darkness to Light’s Stewards of Children® for adults (to recognize the signs and symptoms of child sexual abuse and ways to react responsibly if a child divulges they’ve been abused),
2. National Center for Missing & Exploited Children’s NetSmartz Workshop for children (educating kids on good digital citizenship, internet safety and bullying)
3. The Foundation’s Shield of Protection Initiative® for youth serving organizations (helping them assess and improve their child protection policies, procedures and programming).

Over the last year the Foundation has conducted over 30 training sessions with Doylestown Health – training 600 health professionals in Stewards of Children.

Funds raised in the checkout lines of the ShopRite of Warminster from November 1 through December 31 will be concentrated toward working with county schools to provide this critical training to teachers and faculty, as well as expand the Beau Biden Foundation’s footing in the Bucks County area.

This programming will impact thousands of children and families. Thanks to the generous people in the Bucks County area kids will be safe, the community will be stronger, and Beau Biden’s vision for a world where children can grow up safe from predators will be fulfilled.

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