#GivetoKID2018

Give back to the kids on #GivingTuesday! Any donation will make a difference for children's product safety!

A fundraising campaign for Kids In Danger
On Tuesday November 27, 2018, Kids In Danger (KID) is participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving -- and we need YOUR help! This is a special year for KID, marking our 20th anniversary. Our mission at KID is to protect children and to be an advocate for their safety. Every year, we host safety workshops for parents, caregivers, and healthcare professionals; we publish reports based on our ground-breaking research; and we reach tomorrow's product designers through our innovative TEST program, which encourages engineering students to combat danger with design. 

KID is the go-to source for safety information for thousands of parents through email and our social media, blog, and website. We also provide a voice for parents before regulators, standard-setting organizations and policy-makers. To accomplish our grand but necessary goals, we rely on the generosity of our supporters.

That's why this #GivingTuesday, we invite you to #GivetoKID to help us reach our goal of raising $10,000. Donations will help us continue to fight for children and be a voice for parents.

And even better news -- if you are a new donor, or if you increase your donation, the Reva and David Logan Foundation will match your gift, doubling the impact of your support.

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About the Organization

Kids In Danger (KID) was founded in 1998 by Linda Ginzel and Boaz Keysar following the death of their son in a recalled portable crib. KID’s mission is to save lives by enhancing transparency and accountability through safer product development, better education and stronger advocacy for children. We fulfill our mission by reaching out to caregivers in order to spread safety awareness and recall information, serving as a watchdog on regulatory agencies and manufacturers, and working with designers and engineers to make safety a top priority.

Children's products injure more that 81,000 children annually according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), some fatally. KID disseminates lifesaving information about product safety to consumers, while working to ensure that dangerous products do not reach the marketplace to begin with.