Safe Care Pledge Event Resources Available

Safe Care begins with you and your communities every day in all that you do. New resources are now available to help you plan your Safe Care-Living the Pledge Every Day Event in June or July to celebrate and renew your commitment to respect, dignity, safety, and quality of life for those we serve.

All of the resources you need for a successful event can be found here. Available resources include pledge cards, pledge certificates, posters, banners, and communication tools. Look for the information on how to enter the Safe Care Pledge event contest and have your organization's commitment to Safe Care shared through social media.

Throughout the summer, we will be building on the commitment to the Safe Care Pledge by bringing forward plug-play activities to live the pledge every day in all that we do.

Calling All Safe Care Champions

If you are a Safe Care organization, please make sure that our team has the name of your Safe Care Champions by using this form to receive the latest news and resources.

If your organization is new to Safe Care, we invite you to identify a Safe Care Champion for your community by using this form. We will help them get training and tools to get started.

For more information, please get in touch with Julie Apold.

About Safe Care

More than 450 member sites have committed to Safe Care since 2019. It is a comprehensive approach that provides the structure and support for individuals and organizations to keep those they serve safe from harm and to provide care with respect and dignity always. This starts with an individual pledge followed by organizations pledging their commitment to implement critical actions within their organizations with support from LeadingAge Minnesota and shared learning with peers. 

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