Christian Record Services for the Blind (CRSB) has joined a grassroots global campaign to raise awareness and advocate for the end of all forms of child abuse.
The Seven Campaign – Stop Child Abuse Now was launched in Nashville, Tennessee, on August 6 at the Teachers Convention for Seventh-day Adventist educators in North America. CRSB shared with over 6,000 educators a practical approach to supporting the cause through its “Kids Helping Blind Kids” initiative.
“We stand together with others in addressing issues of bullying and neglect, as well as physical, emotional and sexual abuse of children. We add our particular voice to point to the need for more kindness and tolerance, and increased understanding of visually impaired youth,” said Larry Pitcher, CRSB president.
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