April Digital Toolkit Instructions

  • CACWA has put together a number of tools for you to use as part of your local Child Abuse Prevention Month activities. On this page you will find downloads for social media images, conversation GIFS & guides, PDFs for a coloring page and pinwheel activity, customizable media templates, and links to additional resources. Images can be easily downloaded by right-clicking or following the links provided.

    YARD SIGNS (click to view): CACWA has a limited number of yard signs available. They are 18″ x 24″ corrugated signs with metal H-stakes included. We will send these directly to CACs when available

    POSTERS (click to see images): CACWA will send two different posters to CACs.

    Start raising awareness today! Here are some images you can use leading up to WEAR BLUE DAY on Friday, April 1st! We encourage CACs to promote Child Abuse Prevention month by asking community businesses, organizations, and individuals to wear blue on April 1 and take a selfie or image of their group and share it on social media.

    Right Click to save images below.

These PDF files are available to print or share with others as coloring pages or to create their own pinwheel.

Click on image to download PDFs or click HERE for the coloring page and HERE for the Pinwheel Activity.


Below are social media GIFS and links to their corresponding Conversation Guides from the Children’s Bureau of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.

Right Click to save-as or copy GIFS to your computer. Click the link below each GIF for the corresponding text.

Below are links to templates (Word docs) for a News Release, Public Service Announcement, and Fact Sheet. They are designed for you to customize where highlighted and copy/paste onto your own letterhead. We also have media contacts in our Member Only Resources section (Public Awareness).

Radio PSA Notes: The following are approximate word counts for PSAs.

10-seconds: 20 – 25 words

30-seconds: 70 – 80 words

Here are additional resources & information for raising awareness during Child Abuse Prevention Month:

  • Prevent Child Abuse America Website: https://preventchildabuse.org
  • National Child Abuse Prevention Month Website: Click HERE
  • National Children’s Alliance #ItsYourBusiness campaign: Click HERE
  • Link to WE CAN Toolkit: Click HERE
  • Link to Hot Chocolate Talks resources HERE
  • Download Activities for Strengthening Families HERE