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Media Contact: Shauna McBride | 206-438-6432 | Shauna McBride Email address

Monday, March 06, 2017

Committee for Children and Oregon Abuse Advocates and Survivors in Service Present: "TELLING: Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Step into the Light"

Author: Shauna McBride
You're invited to the Seattle production of TELLING. Playing March 31-April 2, 2017, the play features seven courageous adult survivors of child sexual abuse who step into the light and reveal their secrets to the audience. Written by Margie Boule and directed by Jamie M. Rea, these often untold stories will evoke powerful emotions, negative and positive, and have you leaving the theater feeling hopeful, joyous, and excited, this is the play to see. 

Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Committee for Children, Leigh Steinberg And Anti-Bullying Experts H.E.A.R. Launch National Coalition To Combat Bullying In Schools

Author: Shauna McBride

Committee for Children along with famed sports agent Leigh Steinberg, and H.E.A.R founder, Jimmy Shafe are joining with bullying prevention expert Dr. Susan Swearer to form Project HEAR Us Foundation to "go beyond awareness" by enlisting high school athletes, artists and other student leaders as instructors of research-based anti-bullying solutions.

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Committee for Children Honored by The Children’s Trust

Author: Shauna McBride

The Children's Trust honored Committee for Children with the Partnership Award at their annual "A View from All Sides" Parenting Education and Support Conference in Boston. 

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Committee for Children and The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning to Host Congressional Briefing

The Importance of Employability Skills: How and Why Educators Should Teach These Skills

Author: Shauna McBride

MEDIA ALERT: Committee for Children and CASEL will be discussing the importance of employability skills with Congress during a briefing in Washington D.C. on September 14.

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Georgia Division of Family and Children Services—Office of Prevention and Family Support Increases Focus on Committee for Children’s Second Step Social-Emotional Learning Program

Over $500,000 in grants awarded

Author: Shauna McBride

The Georgia Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS)—Office of Prevention and Family Support (OPFS) recently awarded over $500,000 dollars in grants to schools throughout the state looking to implement Committee for Children’s Second Step program.


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