During Child Abuse Prevention Month, the Junior League of Lancaster, PA, Inc. (JLL) is hosting an online event to raise awareness of child abuse and the important work being done by child advocates.
The virtual event, “A Conversation with Child Advocates”, which is open to the general public, is at 7 p.m. April 13. Advance registration is available but not required.
“Child abuse and neglect can vary in forms and those subjected to such abuse, especially children rely on advocates,” said Candace Reynolds, event facilitator with the Junior League and employee with Bethany Christian Services. “We hope that this event will help our community better understand the warning signs of abuse and highlight the essential role that child advocates play in our community.”
Additional Information about the Virtual Session:
- What: Virtual event “A Conversation with Child Advocates,” highlights the essential role that child advocates play in our community.
- Where: https://zoom.us/j/95556344922?pwd=M1hLRFVlQWQreElOSzZ6cmhSVjNadz09
- Meeting ID: 955 5634 4922
- Passcode: 284183
- Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/abozjO2EVP
- When: 7-8 p.m., Tuesday, April 13
- Who: Hosted by the Junior League of Lancaster, the event will feature the following speakers:
- Mary Halye, Manager, Lancaster County Children’s Alliance
- Daniel Dye, Esq., Assistant Chief Deputy Attorney General, Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General
- Robin Boyer, Director of Intake, Lancaster County Children & Youth Agency