The Monique Burr Foundation for Children (MBF) provides helpful resources and tips in our blog to help you better protect children, teach kids to be safe, and prevent abuse, bullying, exploitation, trafficking, and other types of child victimization. We give you information on what you can do to keep children safe, while at school, sports events, summer events, and more. Read our blog to learn about emerging trends in the child protection industry to include child abuse prevention, child sexual abuse prevention, human trafficking prevention, bullying prevention, cyberbullying prevention, exploitation prevention, and more.

A Road Trip to Social Media Safety

Promoting Social Media Safety in children and teens featuring Richard Guerry, Founder of Institute for Responsible Online and Cell-Phone Communication


Ten days of action to prevent the abuse of children in memory of Somer Thompson! It was ten years ago

The Somer Sunshine Scholarship

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information contact: Maria Chrissovergis | MC PR & Marketing 904-762-4573 | THE SOMER SUNSHINE SCHOLARSHIP

What They're Saying...

The MBF Teen Safety Matters curriculum hosts an in-depth approach to important social and safety concerns relevant to youth. The program content is age-appropriate with engaging activities, jargon, and realistic situations to positively promote a relatable and impacting learning experience…Teen Safety Matters is an educational benefit to all parties involved – students, parents, facilitators, and schools.

The MBF Child Safety Matters program is impressive. This important information is well formulated and well presented, developmentally appropriate, and based on good understanding of literature.

There’s not a child in the world who can’t benefit from this program. There are so many instances where we see children who have been damaged and hurt. Things happened to them and we think, if they’d only had this program, if they’d only had the benefit of this education, that might not have happened to them. If we can prevent that from happening to a single child, then it’s worth all the effort we have put forth.

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