Wearing BLUE in Kansas City for child abuse prevention – Friday, April 6!

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and child advocacy groups are gearing up for lots of special events during the month. The Kansas City Star will publish a calendar of all these events on Saturday, March 26th. Buy and paper and support our loyal partner, the KC Star.

Please show your commitment to Child Abuse Prevention Month and our shared responsibility to keep kids safe by registering to wear BLUE in the form HERE.  It is not just about wearing BLUE, but even more importantly, it’s about telling people WHY you are wearing BLUE on Friday, April 6. This is a simple way we all can make a difference, educating one person at a time. It only takes a few minutes to register your name and it doesn’t cost a cent!

Wear Blue Day 6th Annual Photo Contest

Take a photo of yourself or your group in blue and send it to wearbluekc@gmail.com. The photo with the most LIKES will win tickets to an upcoming show at Sprint Center. Prize will be announced on Monday, April, 10th.

Why Blue?

In the spring of 1989, a grandmother from Virginia began the BLUE ribbon campaign as a tribute to her grandson, a three-year-old who died at the hands of his mother’s abusive boyfriend. Since that time, concerned citizens all over the country have worn BLUE as a symbol of the need to prevent child abuse.

 We are asking all citizens who care about children and their safety to pledge to wear BLUE on Friday, April 6 – Wear Blue Day!