Blue pinwheels help support children in need
(Apr 12, 2017)
Every spring, Ralston House Child Advocacy Center has planted pinwheel gardens during Child Abuse Prevention Month in April. Hundreds of pinwheel gardens go on display throughout the Denver metro area to help Ralston House promote efforts to stop child abuse and start the healing for child victims.
The City of Westminster has once again signed on as an active partner to help our community’s children by supporting this nonprofit agency that works tirelessly for children who have been abused, sexually, physically and emotionally. Specially-trained staff at Ralston House work with police departments and social services to investigate child abuse and human trafficking.
Give your support:
You can help support children throughout the month of April by making a donation to sponsor at least one, $5 pinwheel in one of the pinwheel gardens at City Hall, the Public Safety Center or any of the city’s recreation centers or golf courses.
In thanks for individual donations, the city is offering golf awards for Legacy Ridge or Walnut Creek Golf Preserve.
- Donations of $10 or more, will receive a BOGO golf certificate.
- Donations of $30 or more will receive a certificate for a free round of golf, while supplies last. (Donations of $30 or more must be made at City Hall to receive the certificate. Limited supply.)
Donations can be made at city recreation centers, golf courses and at the City Hall cashier’s desk.
Thank you for supporting Ralston House and the children in need of the compassionate services they provide.