Be Someone Day

Saturday, July 21

Project Harmony, All Day

On July 21, National Be Someone Day challenges each of us to take ten seconds to make a difference.

What can be done in ten seconds? We can shift gears or water a plant.  We can hear or tell a bad joke.  In ten seconds, we can change our minds and after doing so say a prayer of thanks. When we walk into a room, in that time, we can register the pain in someone’s eyes and begin to provide comfort. We can praise and honor someone who deserves it.

We can also commit to report child abuse. On National Be Someone Day, take the pledge to be the person to make a difference in a child’s life.  Most importantly, be someone prepared to report when a child trusts you enough to tell you they’ve been abused.


HOW TO OBSERVE

Take the pledge on National Be Somone Day to report child abuse and attend one of the free trainings at Project Harmony:

Project Be Someone provides the five steps to help you keep your children safe:

  • Learn the facts
  • Minimize opportunity
  • Talk about it
  • Know the signs
  • React responsibly

Use #BeSomeoneDay to share on social media.
 

Project Harmony

Together, we can end child abuse.

Project Harmony is boldly focused on ending the cycle of child abuse and neglect in our community. We have reimagined how communities can come together, by leveraging resources to respond to, treat and ultimately prevent child abuse. Project Harmony restores courage, facilitates healing and empowers each of us to be someone in the life of a child.

Resources

  • Download and print an informational rack card and share it with your network.
  • Share Project Be Someone graphics on social media.
  • Learn more about Project Harmony at ProjectHarmony.com