It is will great Pride and Respect that we welcome the Winston Salem chapter. The newest chapter in North Carolina. If you would like more information about joining the fight against child abuse please contact Windrider at email@example.com
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The Guardians of the Children need your help. There are many ways for you to get involved and make a difference in a child's life. You can donate your time and help us plan events geared to educating the public about child abuse. You can help us raise funds to support our efforts in area schools, churches and recreation programs. You can also donate your talent as we develop our puppet show that is geared for our youngest children in the community. You can also sponsor an event at your place of business.
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The time is now for you to take a stand. If not you, who? If not now, when?
Thank you for joining the fight.
We are proud supporters of
Barium Springs Home for Children
Iredell Exchange SCAN
My Sisters House
Community Charter School
One person can make a difference and so can you.
Welcome to the Guardians of the Children Mooresville chapter. Within this site you will be able to educate yourself about the signs of abuse and ways for you to get involved and make a difference in a childs life. This chapter was born due to the growing number of children who are abused, neglected and often killed. The members of this chapter come from all walks of life and bring a wide range of life experience and a passion for motorcycles and protecting the innocence of our children. As a society we can no longer stand silent and allow our most innocent be abused.
"Don't let your silence drown out their cries" sounds like catchy tag line, however each day abused and neglected children are crying out for help. The cries for help are there but many will not be heard. As a society we have become so rushed in our own lives we rarely notice someone in need. Many people hear the cries but are afraid to get involved, this must change. There are many ways you can make a difference, and I encourage you to do something no matter how small it may seem to you.