The Family Tree Center and the The Parenting Place in Missoula collaboratively form Prevent Child Abuse Montana, a state chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America.

Pinwheels for Prevention

Our Pinwheels for Prevention event – a national campaign in cooperation with Prevent Child Abuse America (PCA) raises awareness of the problem of child abuse and neglect. This symbol of a happy childhood is (not-so-coincidentally) also the vibrant symbol of Prevent Child Abuse America’s efforts to change the way our nation thinks about child abuse prevention. It represents the importance of focusing on community activities and public policies that make prevention a priority to ensure that child maltreatment never occurs.

 

Join us in preventing the abuse and neglect of our nation’s children by participating in Pinwheels for Prevention™, Prevent Child Abuse America’s campaign introducing the pinwheel as the new symbol for child abuse and neglect prevention nationwide.

 

The pinwheel represents Prevent Child Abuse America’s efforts to change the way our nation thinks about prevention, focusing on community activities and public policies that prioritize prevention right from the start to make sure child abuse and neglect never occur.

Blue Ribbon Award

Since 2004, we have presented our annual Blue Ribbon Award to a person or organization that has made a significant contribution to child abuse prevention in our community.

 

 Nearly 900,000 pinwheels have been displayed since April 2008. Join us by bringing Pinwheels for Prevention to your community!
2015 – Christy Mammon
2014 – Randy Bell and
            Old Dominion Freight Line
2013 –  Don Floberg
2012 – Kelly McCann, Computer Geek
2011 – Billings Chi-Tu Do
2010 – E.C.I. – Electrical Consultants, Inc. 
2009 – Billings Exchange Clubs
2008 – Rep. Alan Olson
2007 – Sen. Conrad Burns
2005 – Dale & Kathy Rumph
2004 – Bill & Mary Underriner 
A special thank you to all of our Blue Ribbon Award winners for your generous support and contributions to The Family Tree Center. Without supporters like you, we would be unable to fulfill our mission.