In 2008, we introduced the pinwheel as a national symbol of great childhoods. Since then, Pinwheels for Prevention® campaigns have raised awareness and financial support in communities across the country, reinforcing the need for safe, stable, and nurturing relationships and environments that help children thrive.
In these unprecedented times, preventing child abuse and neglect is especially important, even if we can't physically plant pinwheels together. That’s why this year's pinwheel garden is 100% virtual—and nationwide.
Please join us this spring to grow our pinwheel garden, and make #GreatChildhoods happen.