Keep Our Children Safe
The Beau Biden Foundation for the Protection of Children was established in June 2015 as an operating non-profit to continue Beau Biden’s commitment to protecting the most vulnerable among us, especially children who have fallen victim to abuse and neglect.
We believe that child abuse is 100% preventable — and the best way to eradicate child abuse is through education and awareness. Our goal is to train 5 percent of Delaware’s adults to identify, prevent, and responsibly react to child abuse.
To that end, the Beau Biden Foundation for the Protection of Children, in conjunction with Darkness to Light, Delaware Law School and Delaware Technical and Community College, will hold a series of in-person “Stewards of Children” training sessions during the month of April. These are two-hour, facilitator-led sessions designed to educate adults about how to identify, prevent, and responsibly react to child abuse.
We’d like to invite you to attend one of our free sessions.
Use the form to the right to sign up for the training session you’d like to attend >>
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Delaware Technical and Community College Owens Campus
Carter Partnership Center Lecture Hall
21179 College Dr, Georgetown, DE 19947
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Delaware Technical and Community College Terry Campus
Corporate Training Center Room 407
100 Campus Dr, Dover, DE 19904
What is Stewards of Children®?
Stewards of Children® is a training program created by Darkness to Light that teaches adults how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. The training is designed for organizations that serve youth and for individuals concerned about the safety of children. It is the only nationally distributed, evidence-based program proven to increase knowledge, improve attitudes, and change child protective behaviors.
The Beau Biden Foundation for the Protection of Children and Delaware Law School will cover all material costs for the training sessions. The law school is strongly encouraging all staff, students and faculty to attend one of the sessions, said Dean Rodney A. Smolla, who is striving for 100 percent participation.