Flash Mob Set Today To Support Child Abuse Prevention
By Altara Warren // April 18, 2015
Guardian ad Litem of Brevard County
By Altara Warren, Guardian ad Litem of Brevard County
Who: Guardian ad Litem of Brevard County
What: FLASH MOB!
When: Saturday, April 18 at 12 p.m.
Where: The Avenue in Viera in the Central Park area (fountain area behind the restaurants).
Why: April is Child Abuse Awareness Month. This event will spread awareness of the rising epidemic of child abuse, as well as bring awareness to the Guardian ad Litem program and what we as GAL volunteers do to help children in need. We hope more people will be inspired to become volunteers.
I am the Training Coordinator and Volunteer Recruiter for the Guardian ad Litem Program here in Brevard County (GAL for short).
If you are not familiar with us, we are trained volunteers who advocate for abused and neglected children who have been removed from their homes and placed into foster care.
I had this crazy idea to do a flash mob in April which is child abuse prevention month. For those of you not familiar with flash mobs, these rare occurrences happen when a group of energetic people come to a public location and un-expectantly break out in a fun synchronized dance routine.
We have never done anything like this before. This is very out of the box for us. So to help make this a successful event, we have the Viera Performing Arts Studio choreographing the performance and participating in it as well.
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