Dearest Supporter,

We know that in these times of global change it's more important than ever to share messages that uplift and empower our youth. Statistics show that in times of crisis, rates of child abuse tend to increase. Due to social isolation, many children are now required to shelter in place with their abuser . As part of our mission to promote the safety of all children, we want to share our Kids Count Players performance with your students and their families. The Kids Count Players troupe may not be able to perform at schools but their message on staying safe from abuse can still reach countless children from the comfort of their home.
Please share this special performance with your students and their families:

You may also share our Kid's Count Players Safety Sheet with your students and their families so they may practice key safety concepts shared in the performance: KCP Safety Sheet
In light of the fact that school districts are awaiting tentative start dates for the fall semester, we understand that scheduling remains fluid. We are still continuing to accept requests for performances should things change. Respond to this e-mail with date and time requests as soon as you are ready to schedule a performance.

Please note, we offer a complimentary parent preview that covers puppet dialogue and key safety concepts parents can reinforce at home. Previews can be scheduled anytime, including evenings. To learn more about education trainings we offer, visit .
Thank you,

Summar Thomas-Mosby
Community Educator
P: 972.633.6743 | C: 682.319.4476
The Kids Count Players is a volunteer puppet troop and a project of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County, created for children and dedicated to keeping them safe. These dynamic volunteers have educated over 135,000 students about personal safety, boundaries, private touches, and the difference between secrets and surprises. This program provides children with critical information to help them stay safe from abuse.