February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month and Kaity’s Way is continuing its fight to educate young people about the importance of healthy relationships.
Kaity Sudberry’s life was tragically cut short at the hands of an ex-boyfriend back in 2008.
Her family has kept her memory alive through the Kaity’s Way nonprofit.
Their mission is to educate children, teenagers and adults about teen dating violence and give them tools to recognize warning signs and resources to get out of the situation.
Kaity loved sunflowers and to bring awareness to this serious issue, join the nonprofit’s P.E.A.C.E. OUT TO TEEN DATING VIOLENCE social media campaign the entire month of February.
The idea is for people to post a selfie on their own Facebook page with the peace out sign like Kaity is doing here along with a real, fake or drawing of a sunflower.
They can even make a P.E.A.C.E. poster to go with their selfie. We just ask that everyone tag Kaity’s Way P.E.A.C.E. Facebook page and use the hashtag #kwpeaceout.
Bobbi, Kaity’s mom, and the executive director of Kaity’s Way, teaches the P.E.A.C.E. Rights and Responsibilities platform.
These are five elements she bases a healthy relationship on in all of her presentations.
P – Patience
E – Empathy
A – Acceptance
C – Caring
E – Equality
Please help Kaity’s Way spread a message that teen dating violence needs to stop and that there are resources to help those who feel all alone.
P.E.A.C.E. OUT TO TEEN DATING VIOLENCE!