Partners In Prevention
Partners in Prevention is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Since 2010 we have worked to increase awareness of the effects of child abuse and neglect and to promote solutions by supporting prevention services within a wide range of communities.
We are a diverse group of people from all walks of life—business, government and civil society that believe in protecting childhood for children today so they can fulfill their potential as adults tomorrow.
Do You Want To Be A Partner In Prevention?
It doesn’t require a special skill to partner with us and your support will make an enormous difference in the life of a child.
Is there a group in your community that would be interested in participating in this awareness and advocacy work? We want to hear from you!
Become a Partner in Prevention and receive this welcome kit to help spread the word.
The Blue Ribbon
In the late 1980’s a very personal awareness campaign was conducted by a Virginia grandmother, Bonnie Finney, whose grandson had died as a result of abuse. Ms. Finney tied a blue ribbon to the antenna of her car to remember and honor her grandson. She spoke out in her community to alert others of the tragedy of child abuse and the use of the Blue Ribbon has since expanded across the country, embraced by many.
Partners in Prevention’s logo is a new expression of the Blue Ribbon that includes a red heart signifying hope and empowerment. Our partners wear and display this ribbon as a sign of support for prevention programs that work to end child abuse and neglect through supporting family resilience, empowering children and educating the community.
Partners In Prevention Identity Best Practices
A guide on how to use our materials and brand assets.
Pioneering Partner in Prevention
Dr. Moses Grossman
1921 – 2018
“A singular focus: Prevention”
- Katie Albright
- Kathy Baxter
- Bob Carrigan
- Derrick Chan
- Cheryl Jennings
- Marc Korody
- Yan Kuang
- Julia Ledyard
- Monica Malmquist
- Helen Paul
- Adam Powell
- Mette Qvistgaard
- Tom Saberi
- Roy Shimek