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SafeKids Now Starts Neighborhood Awareness Program

Stephanie Mann, founder of SafeKids Now, continues to push forward in her effort to keep kids safe around our country.  Her website,, is a portal where she shares tips and statistics around child safety.  After the Sandy Hook event Stephanie has been going full force with voice and action.   Here is a recent press release she distributed that may help neighborhoods come together as a tighter community that will empower and protect their children.     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Company Contact Stephanie Mann Safe Kids Now 925-451-3654 email hidden; JavaScript is required   Press Contact Cathy Caplener Be Cause PR 310-428-7476 email hidden; JavaScript is required          BEYOND GUN CONTROL – A Campaign to keep kids safe A 5-Step PLAN to reduce gun violence! How to Provide Youth With Support and Reduce Violence with NO cost to TAXPAYERS   (January 2, 2013) — Richmond, CA — Safe Kids Now,, a non-profit organization with a mission to restore the heart of the community to protect our country’s youth, announced today a social media campaign that will focus on how our country can be better educated and more proactive as a “community” around reducing gun violence.  Safe Kids Now, which is headed by crime and violence prevention consultant Stephanie Mann, will educate the public via a social media campaign on the organization’s website blogspot, as well as Facebook and Twitter.   The current blog post is currently running on the site around the topic of the need for community education to control gun violence. Safe Kids Now understands that everyone wants to live in a great neighborhood where children can feel safe and protected.  The organization therefore uses training workshops and its web site as a learning portal where visitors can find resources, statistics, podcasts and guidebooks. “It saddens me that we have to reach out and educate our country around gun control after a tragedy such as Sandy Hook, explains Mann.  My goal with our education program around gun safety is to show communities how to be proactive and create networks of support on keep neighborhoods safe. Current Kids Safe programs such as “Adopt a Block” and “Steet Safe Kids” are two examples of how we are helping communities empower themselves to keep their children safe.”   5 Steps City Leaders can Take To Strengthen and Support Families HOW TO REDUCE FEAR– Bring neighbors together Fear drives people to buy guns for self-protection.  Stress and health issues increase as families become isolated. When neighbors get connected, they can take back their neighborhoods from drug dealers and gangs.  In any area, empowered neighbors can create a strong sense of community for children. HOW TO STRENGTHEN...

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Turning A Tragic Life Around

A very inspirational story about how someone who lived a life filled with tragedy and darkness and turned her life around by helping others know that they can choose to walk down a a safe path.   watch?v=gq3DGMt7vY8&feature=share

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Stephanie Mann – Make a Difference Day

Please join Stephanie this Saturday at MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY! Saturday, October 27, 2012 11:00 am – 4:00pm Arroyo Viejo Park – 7701 Krause, Oakland, CA Family Day of Fun and Awareness For Children of Murder Victims in Oakland, CA

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