Beebe Healthcare Plants Pinwheels to Recognize Child Abuse Prevention Month

Beebe Healthcare employees gathered on Tuesday, April 16, to plant pinwheels on the front lawn of the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus to recognize Child Abuse Prevention Month. Beebe partners with Prevent Child Abuse Delaware (PCAD), which is leading the charge in Delaware with programs, activities, and social media campaigns that help recognize the importance of preventing child abuse. Pinwheels will be displayed at the front lawn of the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus, at the Rehoboth Beach Health Campus and Medical Arts Building, and at Beebe Medical Group offices.

For additional information on Prevent Child Abuse Delaware or for more on upcoming events, contact Lynn Haggerty Wong, Director of Advancement at lynnwong@pcadelaware.org.

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Top: Pinwheels group: Beebe Healthcare employees gathered on Tuesday, April 16, to plant pinwheels on the front lawn of the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus to recognize Child Abuse Prevention Month.

Beebe Healthcare partners with Prevent Child Abuse Delaware (PCAD), which is leading the charge in Delaware with programs, activities, and social media campaigns that help recognize the importance of preventing child abuse. PCAD has programs that teach ch

Below: Pinwheels field: Beebe Healthcare partners with Prevent Child Abuse Delaware (PCAD), which is leading the charge in Delaware with programs, activities, and social media campaigns that help recognize the importance of preventing child abuse. PCAD has programs that teach children about personal safety.

Bottom: Pinwheel solo: Beebe team member Sonia Manning places a pinwheel on the front lawn of the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus on Tuesday, April 16. 

 

Prevent Child Abuse Delaware (PCAD) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing leadership for child abuse prevention in Delaware by increasing the community’s understanding of the problem of child abuse and its solutions; serving as a resource for individuals, families, and communities; and advocating for expanded and improved policies and programs.  Serving Delawareans since 1977, PCAD offers training workshops to schools, foster parents, child care providers, and community groups on how to recognize and react to the signs of child abuse and, most importantly, how to foster an environment focused on the prevention of childhood abuse and neglect.

Beebe team member Sonia Manning places a pinwheel on the front lawn of the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus on Tuesday, April 16.