Garden Planted for Child Abuse Prevention Month

The Diocese of Phoenix Office of Child and Youth Protection planted a pinwheel garden, representing an uplifting symbol of childhood, outside of the Diocesan Pastoral Center on April 18 for Child Abuse Prevention Month. The program was coordinated by the diocese Office of Child and Youth Protection. “It represents all our efforts to ensure a healthy and safe environment of children in our community,” said Anne Vargas-Leveriza, director of the Child and Youth Protection Office. Find out more: http://www.catholicsun.org/2017/04/21/pinwheel-garden-planted-for-child-abuse-prevention-month/

Auxiliary Bishop Eduardo A. Nevares holds pinwheels with students from St. Agnes School after planting a pinwheel garden outside of the Diocesan Pastoral Center April 18. Pinwheels, symbol for child abuse prevention, were placed as part of April being Child Abuse Prevention Month. The program was coordinated by the diocese Office of Child and Youth Protection. (Photo courtesy of Diocese of Phoenix Archives)

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