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Tatts and Tiaras. Valentine's Day of Tough Love.

Show Some Heart This Valentine’s Day (February 14). Help children who have experienced the opposite of love: child abuse.

The Abused Child Trust is an independent charitable organisation that helps families keep children safe through therapy, education, research and advocacy.

Tatts and Tiaras Day is the Abused Child Trust’s biggest annual campaign – raising vital funds to help abused and neglected children in your community. You can help by registering as a supporter to help sell their special merchandise in your workplace, school or retail outlet. It’s easy and it’s fun!

The Tatts and Tiaras merchandise kit includes specially-designed tattoos, tiaras, pens, pins and bracelets – they’ll send you a kit when you register. And, you don’t have to wait til Valentine’s Day - you can start selling your merchandise as soon as it’s received.

Tatts and Tiaras Day is a day to celebrate. Celebrate your appreciation of keeping kids safe by planning a special event at work, school or with friends. Have a tough love day and proudly wear your tatts to show how tough you are about ending child abuse. Encourage everyone to dress up in their best frocks, tiaras, suits and tattoos – and charge them a nominal fee to attend. The fund raising all goes back to the Abused Child Trust to help families and children in your local area. What a great way to help 2007 children in 2007.

For more information and to get involved visit the site of Tatts and Tiaras.

Looking for some other simple and non time consuming ways to support abused children? Check this list out. Many of the ideas cost nothing.

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