Volunteers learn new ways to advocate for children

Our typical National Child Abuse Prevention Month activities in April were not the same this year!” noted Southeastern Indiana Voices for Children executive director Tonya Ruble-Richter.

“Due to the pandemic, we have had to cancel our April community fundraiser event and much of our media and marketing materials as well. However, one thing that hasn’t changed is our unending dedication to the children we serve, and to bring light and attention to the abused and neglected children in Ripley and Jefferson counties. It might look different this year, but we are still in their corner and still advocating for them in every way we can.”

Southeastern Indiana Voices for Children staff recruit and train volunteer Court-Appointed Special Advocates who are the voices of abused and neglected kids in this area. Herald-Tribune – April 29, 2020 CLICK HERE

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