What is Paint Orlando Blue?
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Throughout the month of April The Howard Phillips Center for Children & Families is dedicated to raising awareness and critical funds to support programs that identify, treat and prevent child abuse.
Throughout April, The Howard Phillips Center for Children and Families is dedicated to raising awareness and critical support programs identify treat and prevent child abuse. Our annual Paint Orlando Blue campaign incorporates blue pinwheels - the nationally recognized symbol and color for the cause - into a month long advocacy effort.
The Howard Phillips Center for Children & Families
Help a Child. Heal a Family. Build a Community.
The Howard Phillips Center for Children & Families provides dignity and healing for children, families and individuals who face overwhelming challenges like child abuse, developmental disabilities, and lack of access to medical care.
Identification, treatment and prevention services to combat child abuse in Central Florida are provided through the following programs at
The Howard Phillips Center:
Children’s Advocacy Center
The Child Protection Team
The Healing Tree
The Developmental Center for Infants & Children/Early Steps
Come See the Story
Consider taking a one hour tour of The Howard Phillips Center.
Plant a Pinwheel Garden
Planting Pinwheel Gardens is a great way to “go blue”! These
gardens are planted to generate awareness for the important
work occurring in our community to support healthy child
development so kids in our community may grow up abuse free.
2017 Pinwheel Partners
For more information, please contact Amy Drury, Director of Development for
The Howard Phillips Center for Children & Families, at
Amy.Drury@orlandohealth.com or 321.841.8285.
A copy of the official registration and financial information for Orlando Health Foundation, a Florida-based nonprofit corporation (Registration No. CH577), may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free 1-800- Help-Fla (435-7352) within the state or visiting their website here (http://bit.ly/OHFCH577). Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the state.