In coming together, we’re going to raise massive awareness, and we’re going to do some incredible things. I mean, Kyra’s hometown Osteostrong in Roslyn, New York. She lived just down the street in Manhasset, and I’m proud to be part of this.
I would notice that if I ate sugar, it would have a different effect on me than if I ate clean. Even sleep had a massive impact on my body.
Family violence and child abuse thrive in silence, and it’s tough for victims to come forward and talk about this. I know.
Today I’m asking you to donate to Kyra’s Champions because what we do is pass laws to protect children from abusive parents in custody cases.
Our family court system, our divorce court system, is horrifically broken, and it desperately needs to change.
Sadly, most judges, attorneys for the children, evaluators, and other court officials do not know about child abuse. They are making life and death decisions without the proper skills and training.
We want to ensure that child safety becomes the top priority when determining custody everywhere you go.
Kyra’s Law is common-sense legislation to protect children from child custody cases or divorces
Kyra’s story has propelled us forward in so many ways, and tomorrow I ask everyone to wear blue it’s the color of child abuse prevention.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and everyone wants to get involved, save a child. But not everybody knows how or what to do. Kyra’s Champions and OsteoStrong, we’re putting together a pathway forward to protect children, doing this in two ways.