HPF Education Portal
Humanity Preservation Foundation mission is to bring awareness about what we do and our continued fight to end abuse and help the victims of abuse. If you would like to contribute to our education portal, don’t hesitate to call us at 1-267-386-6549 or contact us by email and we will be glad to include it on this page.
Learn About Bullying
In its most general sense, bullying is a form of aggressive behavior which is intended to negatively affect the person it targets. There are three main forms of bullying: verbal bullying, physical bullying, and cyberbullying. While our society gives bullying a childish connotation, often associating it with youth, bullying has no age limit. For instance, an adult may encounter bullying at their office, when one coworker is particularly aggressive or condescending towards them.
Victim of Abuse?
If you are a victim of abuse or would like to report witnessing a person being abused, please contact Humanity Preservation Foundation and we will help you. Of course, there are many other organizations and help lines that you can contact. Click on that button to the right to find the right support.
Learn About Child Abuse
Child abuse in its simplest terms is the mistreatment of a child, generally by a parent or guardian. However, this term can then branch out into four more specific forms of abuse: physical abuse, psychological abuse, sexual abuse, and neglect. The first of these, physical abuse, refers to the deliberate use of physical force against a child. Physical abuse can occur in several forms, including but not limited to hitting, punching, strangling, forced ingestion, and burning.
Get Involved with HPF
We Are A Team Of Passionate Volunteers Who Want To Help Make A Difference and if you want to make a difference in your community and support the mission of Humanity Preservation Foundation. Than click on that button to the right and join our organization.
Learn About Domestic Violence
Domestic violence occurs when a person uses violence or abuse against another in a domestic setting. While it often refers to the use of violence in a marriage or cohabitational relationship, it can also refer to abuse of children or roommates. It can take place in both heterosexual and homosexual relationships.