1. Post a Flyer
Print out one of our flyers contained on the Resource Page. Post it on a bulletin at work, in the grocery store, at the library or recreation center, or wherever else you can.
2. Visit our Site Advertisers
We are a non-profit group, and the advertising helps to offset the costs of bringing this site to many households. We want to reach as many people as possible with this site so that kids lives can be made better. So when you are finished with our site, check out the many great products and services our sponsors offer.
3. Talk to Your Child’s School or Daycare
Take the initiative to help protect the kids in your child’s class. Print out our teacher letter contained on the
Resource Page and bring it to your child’s teacher. They may appreciate the many resources we have to offer teachers.
4. Doctor’s Visits
Taking the kids to the doctor? Going yourself? How about the dentist? Print out our mini-magazine contained on the Resource Page and ask if you can set it our with the magazines. (We’ve never heard of a doctor’s office refusing.)
5. Forum Posting
Do a lot of forum or blog posting? Give us a post, or simply add our web-site link to your signature line.
6. Activity Sheets
We offer free activity sheets for safety that anyone can print out and use with their business. (Like the coloring sheets kids get at a chain restaurant) So for your next visit to the restaurant, the doctors office, tire store, or anywhere else kids get bored, give one to the manager and suggest they use the activity sheets and a tub of crayons to improve their customer service for people with families. (Activity sheets can be found on the Resource Page.)
7. Holidays & Events
Trick or Treaters? Give them a little safety with that candy via our Halloween activity sheets. Wrap some safety up with that gift or present. We have a variety of fun things to promote safety around the holidays and other special events, which can be printed from our Resource Page.
8. Link to Us from your website or blog here.
9. Carry our Syndicated Safety Articles
Promote safety on your own web pages by subscribing to our content newsletter, containing articles you can republish on the web or in print form.
10. Spread the Word
The easiest help you can do, is to recommend these materials to all of your friends with children. If you found them helpful, urge other parents to get a set for their children as well. One of the most powerful ways to spread our program is through word of mouth. Save a child, let a friend know how to protect their kids.
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