It costs absolutely nothing to be a good person. A “thank you” here and a “you look great today” there, and you’re known as being kind and polite, what a good reputation to have! And in the mind of a child, especially one that is being abused, it’s even easier to make yourself stand out, and to leave them with a lasting impression that will ultimately shape the kind of person they grow into. Because children are so soft and impressionable, it’s important that we do our best to make sure they have only the most positive of memories to look back on when they’re older. On July 21st, we pledge to always stand against child abuse, and to report it if we see or hear of it. Project Be Someone teaches us exactly how:
– Learn the facts
– Minimize opportunity
– Talk about it
– Know the signs
– React responsibly
Make a difference in the life of a child today, by standing against those who hurt them.
When Is National Be Someone Day?
On National Be Someone Day, July 21st of each year, we take a moment to make a difference in the life of a child who may need it.
History Of National Be Someone Day
National Be Someone Day was founded by Project Harmony in an attempt to raise awareness for the cause of child abuse and those who suffer from it. The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed the day to be observed annually on July 21st.