A Family Dinner Guatemala sytleDear Readers, KARA regularly receives requests for help from families and children about child protection and child protective services that we are unable to help you with (we do not have the staff).

Please use our Links Button to find the services you need as we have invested time and energy into researching this area.  If you find remarkable services that we do not have listed, please share them with us and we will post them on our site.  Call your State Representatives and let them know how hard this is and give them ideas for what needs to change (use articles from KARA to educate them and support your argument – you will find over 800 articles at this site and they are searchable by category) Best wishes,  Kids At Risk Action Team

 

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  1. Thank you for clarifying as this is an issue our group faces as well and you eloquently explain the purpose of advocacy and limitations…

    *As is the case with KARA, the group, Protecting Canadian Children, is also unable to provide direct services. As much as we, volunteers, wish to help ease the path for others who are suffering, it is simply unfeasible as none of us are professionals, nor have the means to help directly. Most members invest hours upon hours of time, efforts and our own personal funds into participating in helping mechanisms without the benefit of financial assistance or compensation for lost income. One could literally spend every waking hour responding to requests for assistance (and often have), but we are all just regular folks trying to make a positive impact because we care.

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