March 30, 2018
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month — a cause that is near and dear to Kappa Delta Sorority.
Since 1981, Kappa Delta has been a proud supporter of Prevent Child Abuse America, an organization founded by the late Donna Stone, one of our own Kappa Delta sisters. To date, Kappa Delta has donated more than $23 million to prevent child abuse in our country.
All children deserve #GreatChildhoods. To help you spread awareness throughout the month, we’ve created a few graphics available for download below. Whether you share these images or create your own, don’t forget to use #KDPCAA on social media! You can click directly on the images and links provided below to save to your mobile device or desktop.
Download Instagram story backgrounds here: opens in a new windowBackground 1opens IMAGE file | opens in a new windowBackground 2opens IMAGE file | opens in a new windowBackground 3opens IMAGE file | opens in a new windowBackground 4opens IMAGE file | opens in a new windowBackground 5opens IMAGE file
For each of these graphics, we have static and animated versions. For the non-animated graphic, use the JPG file. To post an animated version to Twitter, use the GIF file. To post an animated version to Instagram and/or Facebook, use the MP4 file. (Note: for MP4 files, you’ll need to first download and save them to a desktop before copying them over to your mobile device.)
“Child abuse and neglect affects over 1 million children every year” graphics: opens in a new windowjpgopens IMAGE file | opens in a new windowGIFopens IMAGE file | opens in a new windowMP4opens VIDEO file
“Kappa Deltas raise more than $2.5 million for child abuse prevention annually” graphics: opens in a new windowjpgopens IMAGE file | opens in a new windowGIFopens IMAGE file | opens in a new windowMP4opens VIDEO file
Download these graphics or create your own and share them throughout the month with #KDPCAA and #GreatChildhoods to help us spread the word. opens in a new windowClick here for more information on Kappa Delta’s efforts to help prevent child abuse or opens in a new windowclick here to learn more about PCA America.