Kate Anderson, Program Coordinator of The Children’s Foundation hands out purple pins.(file photo/Quinte News)
It should be easy to figure out what color to wear to work, to school and to other activities tomorrow (Wednesday).
Tomorrow marks the annual Go Purple Day where you’re asked to wear some purple clothing to highlight efforts to combat child abuse in the community.
Go Purple Day is part of Child Abuse Prevention Month each October across Ontario and locally is spearheaded by The Children’s Foundation and Highland Shores Children’s Aid Society.
For more information, contact Connie Reid, Executive Director of The Children’s Foundation.