WHAT: KlaasKids Foundation Child Safety Programs are designed to promote awareness and education for parents and children in an effort to protect children against violence.
WHY: Following the kidnap and murder of his daughter Polly Klaas in 1993, in California, Marc Klaas formed the KlaasKids Foundation, a nonprofit organization that partners with concerned citizens, the private sector, law enforcement agencies and local, state and federal legislators to develop ways to safeguard our children against violence.
This program is always free to the public (and you can also order your Child ID Kit free online).
SPECIAL EQUIPMENT: The KlaasKids Foundation employs state of the art equipment ordinarily developed for Federal Law Enforcement Agencies. The Sentry Kids SK3000 is a high-tech computerized system that fingerprints and photographs your children without the use of ink or film. Delivers the highest quality product available and capture and magnify viable prints from children as young as three months old. KlaasKids Foundation coordinator will answer child safety questions and distribute child and parent safety information, instructions on how to collect and store D.N.A. samples from your child without an expensive kit! Don’t miss out on this rare and unique opportunity. This unique opportunity is made available through the efforts of the KlaasKids Foundation and your local sponsors.
KlaasKids Foundation – Digital Photo and Fingerprint I.D. Program will be available as part of children’s safety days.
|Date of Event||City, State||Sponsor||Contact Person||Phone|
Saturday, April 5, 2014
Hill-Kelly Dodge Chrysler Jeep
Saturday, May 17, 2014
GDI Insurance/Capital Insurance Group
Phone (415) 331-6867 or Cell (415) 235 4229 to Sponsor an event
Cocoon for KlaasKids
Polly’s Guardian Angel for iPhone & Android
Klaas Family Housing
Signature child ID Program
Utilizing high tech equipment
Always free to the public
We do not database your child’s personal/private information
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