The mission of the Monique Burr Foundation for Children is to protect children from bullying, digital dangers, abuse, and exploitation with
comprehensive, evidence-based and trauma-informed, prevention education programs.
1 out of 4 children will be victimized in their lifetime. However, 95% of child sexual abuse is preventable through education. MBF Prevention Education Programs, including MBF Child Safety Matters® for elementary schools and MBF Teen Safety Matters® for middle and high schools, MBF Athlete Safety Matters® for youth athletes, and MBF After-School Safety Matters® for after-school and youth-serving organizations are comprehensive, research-based, primary prevention programs, that educate and empower students and all relevant adults with information and strategies to prevent, recognize, and respond appropriately to bullying, cyberbullying, digital dangers, trafficking, and all types of child abuse and exploitation. Join our team to help us protect all children. Together, we can foster a culture that prioritizes the safety, well-being, and healthy development of children. By investing in their protection today, we are building a brighter and safer future for the generations to come.
I heard about the program through my son. He came home…and showed me the safety rules. I cannot thank the Foundation enough; to have other people who are also concerned about my child’s safety and the safety of other kids is wonderful. I especially like the program’s focus on the prevention side.
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.
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.