Events and Projects

Kids Count Players

Kids Count Players

The Center’s entertaining child abuse prevention program, the Kids Count Players puppet show, educates kindergarten through second grade students about personal safety and boundaries, good touches and bad touches and the difference between surprises and secrets. The program provides children with critical information to help them stay safe from abuse.

Since its inception, the Kids Count Players have educated more than 60,000 elementary-aged children in our community on how to stay safe from abuse.

Interested in volunteering or in hosting the Kids Count Players at your school? Please contact Jane Donovan at jdono87715@aol.com.

Watch the Kids Count Players:

Fast Facts

  • Founded in 2004
  • More than 60,000 students educated in 10 years
  • Program is free to local schools