Emotion, lack of sleep, long days in the rain, sun and cold and making new friends every single minute is something we all go through for 175 hours a year. This year was one we will never forget. You are someone we will never forget. Thank you for allowing us to be part of your life.
Being part of a child abuse prevention campaign means that you don't even have to know a thing about it. In fact, if you know nothing about what it feels like to be affected by child abuse, you have a lot of power. This is who has taken a stand. This is your challenge.
Tell someone. Speak up. That's what they say. It's easier said than done. When you're in that situation, it's not as simple. What if the person abusing finds out? Things could (and likely do) get worse. There is a way for anyone to report child abuse and keep the child safe.
April 26th is Denim Day and the Women's and Children's Alliance spent a rainy day with us out at the Village. The rain wasn't going to stop us from cycling to break the cycle, nor was it going to stop the Treasure Valley's finest. Boise Police Chief Bones and Ada Country She…