Google Inc. Helps Children’s Non-Profit with Generous Donations To Hope For Children Foundation

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MOUNTAINVIEW, CALIFORNIA – 02-06-2018 — We are proud to announce that Google Inc. is dedicated to making a difference in children’s lives in the US and around the world. It provides generous donations to non-profit organizations like Hope for Children Foundation. Their mission is to offer free services to families in all fifty states, and across the globe, that help prevent child abuse, as well as other types of domestic violence, and crimes against children.

Google, Inc. has been supporting this mission since 2014, by making significant donations to the cause – approximately $830,000 to date. The In-Kind donations from Google Inc. are projected to grow into a market value of about $1,270,000 by Christmas of 2018. This amount includes approximate grant totals from 2014 up to the end of 2018.   Hope for Children Foundation spokesperson Patricia Kirby says, “Google Inc’s donations make a huge difference in what can be accomplished for children”.“We sincerely thank the employees, management and worldwide staff of Google Inc. for helping us support the most vulnerable members of our society…children. Your generous donations show that you really care!”Hope for Children Foundation is an acknowledged leader as a top children’s charity in America. The Foundation has provided a variety of services since 1998, including educational services to state and federal law enforcement personnel, medical professionals, judges, attorneys, probation officers as well as the public on the topic of child abuse prevention and related issues. Child abuse prevention events are hosted multiple times throughout the year by Hope for Children Foundation. Through their library of videos and online resources they hope to raise awareness around all types of abuse against children.The Hope for Children Foundation Website offers free training videos around child abuse prevention, raising awareness, as well as behaviors that could be signs that children are being abused. Many of the free training videos are provided to state and federal law enforcement officers, child protection services workers, medical professionals, judges and other first responders. These are also provided free to the general public. To access these videos, click on ‘Training,’ then ‘Training Videos’ on the website’s main menu.According to Kirby, some of the videos cover important information about domestic violence. “Some of them talk about healing steps for victims and their families. Other videos explain how to better protect children and adults from crimes of domestic violence – including abuse prevention. Elderly abuse help is also available, since sometimes a child may be in the same home,” she explains.  Other educational topics include human trafficking, the investigation and prosecution procedures surrounding abuse to children and adults, plus many more topics centered around preventing  and educating the general public about the stark realities of child abuse.  About the Board of Directors and National Advisory Board Hope for Children Foundation has been recognized by state and federal governments, including but not limited to the U.S. Justice Department, Office of Justice Programs, and Violence Against Women Office. The Violence Against Women Act, offers protection to women, children and men on a federal level. One of Hope for Children Foundation’s board of director members lives in California. The remaining four directors live in the Dallas area. The National Advisory Board is comprised of 12 people from many parts of the U.S.A: Boston, MA, Charleston, SC, Harford, CT, New York, NY, Washington D.C., Dallas, TX, Charlotte, NC, Los Angeles, CA, Jacksonville, FL, and Durham, NC.For more information, visit the website at

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Company Name: Hope For Children Foundation
Full Name: Patricia Kirby
Phone: (214) 382-4673
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Brad Bennett

Brad Bennett

Brad grew up in a small town in northern Iowa. He studied chemistry in college, graduated, and married his wife one month later. They were then blessed with two baby boys within the first four years of marriage. Having babies gave their family a desire to return to the old paths – to nourish their family with traditional, homegrown foods; rid their home of toxic chemicals and petroleum products; and give their boys a chance to know a simple, sustainable way of life. They are currently building a homestead from scratch on two little acres in central Texas. There’s a lot to be done to become somewhat self-sufficient, but they are debt-free and get to spend their days living this simple, good life together with their five young children.
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