Pinwheels for Great Childhoods: Raising Awareness Together
Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center, Darkness to Light, The Humanities Foundation, and the Exchange Club of Daniel Island are raising awareness about all forms of child abuse.
For every $2 donated, a blue pinwheel will be planted for a child on the grounds at Daniel Island area schools. Or buy your own from Refuel on Daniel Island to plant yourself!
BUY YOUR PINWHEELS
Your $2 donation will buy a pinwheel in honor of a child to be planted at the Daniel Island area schools. Purchase your pinwheels at Refuel on Daniel Island.
PLANT YOUR PINWHEELS
Plant your own garden of pinwheels at your home or business to show your support. Purchase your pinwheels at the Refuel on Daniel Island.
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT
Support Pinwheels for Great Childhoods! Donate today and make a difference in the life of a child.
The Exchange Club of Daniel Island is part of the National Exchange network of more
than 20,000 members and nearly 650 clubs all striving to fulfill Exchange’s Mission --
“Exchange, America’s Premier Service Club, working to make our communities better
places to live.”
Exchange’s core values are family, community and country. Through a variety of
service projects, members support activities that benefit youth; promote pride in
our country; honor veterans, active military and first responders; promote pride in
our country, respect for our flag, and an appreciation of our freedoms; and, work to
prevent child abuse.
Darkness to Light is a national global nonprofit committed to empowering adults to prevent child sexual abuse. We believe that protecting children is an adult’s responsibility, and that through education and training adults will be empowered to act. Since our founding in 2000, more than 1.9 million adults have been trained in our flagship program, Stewards of Children®, which is facilitated across the world by over 12,000 committed volunteers
Humanities Foundation has been a leader in providing affordable housing for families since 1992 to the surrounding community.
Beyond affordable housing, the Foundation provides a wide range of services to assist residents with human service needs.
Enhancing the lives of the youth residing in our affordable housing communities is an important initiative. It‛s our goal to link economically disadvantaged, at-risk children to positive role models and leaders. Through summer camps and afterschool programs,
children get to experience educational activities, sports, field trips, art projects,
technologies, and youth mentoring.
The Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center is the region’s leading resource to prevent abuse, protect children and heal families. Primary services include forensic interviews, medical examinations and mental health assessments as well as immediate support and coordination. The center also provides evidence-based therapy to child victims and their families. Dee Norton provides services at no cost to the family.