KARA Public Service Announcement (30 seconds)

Understanding & Advocating for At-Risk Youth during the Covid19 Virus Outbreak. 

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres calls attention to the alarming pattern of child abuse resulting from the lockdowns and school closings of the virus pandemic.

Invite this powerful interactive discussion to the members of your business, community, religious and campus organization online meetings.  (Free – Share this widely)

Advocating from the Front Lines:

Elevating awareness and improving the lives of at risk children stuck in troubled homes

unable to find the safe space of school or other sheltered places to escape to.

  • KARA’s INVISIBLE CHILDREN online conversation engages your group in a powerful discussion for learning and advocacy for saving at risk children that are suffering tremendously during the Covid19 virus lockdowns (campus conversations).
  • The epidemic of generational child abuse and domestic violence is a growing problem throughout our communities and is being exacerbated by the stresses of lockdowns and troubled families living in close quarters.
  • Understanding trauma and dealing effectively with behaviors that disrupt public and private settings and young lives is a first step in improving school achievement and reducing crime and poverty in our communities. We all have a stake in saving the child that lives next door.
  • Bringing understanding and resources into your community & saving at risk children builds strong community and public safety.

For more information about booking Mike for your next event, please email hello@invisisiblechildren.org with Speaking in the subject line

*** Past presentations include The United Nations, Women’s Prison Warden Conference, DFL Education Foundation, nationwide business organizations, private and public schools, colleges,  & CASA conferences.


KARA reports on the issues of child abuse.

This article submitted by CASA volunteer Mike Tikkanen

KARA Signature Video (4 minute)


Campus Conversations program engages the campus in research, outreach, volunteerism drawing attention to and making life better for abused and neglected children in your community.

Collaborating with students, departments, and the community, KARA and the college work together to create awareness, build support and a volunteer force for the programs and policies that heal children and keep them safe.

Contact us today to ask how to bring the Invisible Children Campus Conversations program to your college and start this important conversation on your campus.

Start the conversation on your campus!  hello@invisiblechildren.org


All Adults Are the Protectors of All Children

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