Project Kindness Resource Page
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. We feel one way to honor the children who have experienced abuse is to promote protecting children, focusing on positive parenting, and keeping kids safe. Throughout April MWR Battle Creek will be sharing resources, statistics, and fun things to do with the children in your life.
Due to popular demand, we have brought back Project Kindness. We are asking you to share pictures and images of how you and the children in your life show each other kindness. Some examples: fly kites, baking, plant a garden, draw funny animals, at the playground, sports or athletics, there are so many ways we can celebrate positive parenting and the things we do to show how much you care. Whatever it is that you do to spend time together creating memories, share your pictures with us.
HOW TO ENTER
DLA submissions, submit your photos: https://forms.osi.apps.mil/r/zTA8YBGbL1
External patrons submit via email to: MWRBattleCreek@dla.mil
Deadline to submit is April 22, 2022. Images submitted will be posted on MWR Battle Creek’s Facebook page on April 25, 2022, for voting. Voting will end April 30 and winners will be notified the following week.
The pictures with the top Likes on Facebook will receive:
- 1st Place will receive a $50 ITR Store gift certificate
- 2nd Place will receive a $30 ITR Store gift certificate
- 3rd Place will receive a $20 ITR Store gift certificate
Visit the Awareness Table set up at HDIFC with giveaways from 4-12-22 to 04-28-22. All children participating in Project Kindness and/or Take Your Child to Work Day will receive giveaways.
Questions regarding Project Kindness 2022, contact Lisa Grenon at firstname.lastname@example.org by phone at (269) 961-4051. Note entries must be submitted as described above to be considered.
Submission of images for the Project Kindness will give MWR permission to use pictures and images on the MWR Battle Creek Facebook page.
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