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Adams County Sheriff’s Office Receives 12 REACH Bags

On November 9, Marketing Director Eric Salzwedel delivered 12 REACH bags to the Adams County Sheriff’s Office. Guardians of the Children – Castle Rock Chapter, sponsored the delivery. Thanks to Guardians of the Children, deputies will be able to comfort and distract 240 children in crisis.

Guardians of the Children-Castle Rock Chapter

Sheriff Sam Wollin (far left), Deputy Joe LeBreck (far right) and members of the Guardians of the Children – Castle Rock Chapter

Guardians of the Children is a biker organization dedicated to protecting victims of child abuse. They serve as a public benefit organization to educate the public about child abuse prevention and create a safer environment for abused children. Their mission statement says they react to child abuse and educate the public to do the same; to serve as advocates; to provide strength and stability to families in crisis; and be the answer to the prayer of an abused child or teen for courage, support and protection.

The Guardians contacted Adams County a few months ago asking about ways to provide books to the department. Adams County reached out to us and helped us connect with the Guardians, and a partnership was born!

Thank you, Guardians of the Children – Castle Rock Chapter, for your support of REACH-A-Child. We’re able to carry out our mission because of supporters like you.

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