Dr. Rupali Chadha and President / Founder of The Thumbprint Project Foundation , Kristie Bruce-Lane give rise and awareness to the impact of COVID on our most vulnerable - the children. There is a pressing need to address childhood abuse, children's stress, and possible trauma during COVID pandemic due to closed schools and domestic violence.
Join us on January 27, 2021 at 12:00pm! Kristie Bruce-Lane, President & Founder, The Thumbprint Project Foundation in efforts to raise awareness, will be discussing Childhood Domestic Violence and the impact it has on our communities! Thank you Union-Tribune!!!
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Afterward, the segment will appear on the UT website at: www.sandiegouniontribune.com/TogetherSDLive
The Thumbprint Project Foundation is proud to partner with the Door of Hope-Salvation Army to benefit those homeless children in need. Not all kids come from "safe homes". Here at the Door of Hope, they can begin their transitional process after experiencing trauma, to a brighter and healthier future. Utilizing this grant from our foundation's "Shoes for Change" program we are able to provide a basic necessity that so many of us take for granted. Thank you UT Shoe Fund and the Door of Hope for the opportunity to continue to build our community together!
Kristie Bruce-Lane, President - The Thumbprint Project Foundation and its Board of Directors are proud to partner with the Boys & Girls Club of San Marcos focusing on our "Shoes That Bring Change" program. Together we are able to provide shoes benefiting those at-risk school aged children in need. These children are in need of some of the most basic necessities that others may take for granted. Thank you UT Shoe Fund and Boys & Girls Club of San Marcos for partnering in building our communities together!
Kristie Bruce-Lane, President - The Thumbprint Project Foundation and its Board of Directors are proud to co-sign and support San Diego County District Attorney Summer Stephan and San Diego City Attorney Mara W. Elliott opposing the 40% budget cut to 2021 Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) funding. We will continue to advocate for crime victims to receive the support they need to regain peace and fulfillment in their lives.
THANK YOU Dr. Rupali Chadha for working together with The Thumbprint Project Foundation to shine a light on this societal issue of Childhood Domestic Violence. Also, thank you to Physician Outlook Magazine, Cloudcast Media, Title Sponser Feurestein, Murphy & Beals, LLC and c3 Communications for being a voice for the children who have no voice. To the children - we see you, you matter. https://www.physicianoutlook.com/articles/hidden-pandemic?fbclid=IwAR0zVpaN97sp3AxC6lXcIVOYsglPuu93wkvY73W_nQrDTZU80CpvQuIL8lU
Independent Voter News San Diego ran a feature on how COVID-19 is causing the rise in children exposed to Domestic Violence. San Diego based non-profit The Thumbprint Project Foundation is here to be a voice and bring help to these kids in need. For complete article: https://ivn.us/posts/covid-19-will-increase-number-of-children-exposed-to-domestic-violence
Childhood domestic violence is among the most underreported crimes worldwide. It is happening in our community and sometimes right next door. These children are trapped behind closed doors with no voice. THANK YOU KUSI for helping us build awareness in our community!
The President of the Thumbprint Project Foundation is pleased to join Famela and Friends to discuss Childhood Domestic Violence during these times of COVID and the risk to children. The Answer San Diego engages consumers on a local and national level targeting audiences interested in Christian and family-themed content and conservative values. Click here to listen: https://omny.fm/shows/famela-and-friends/famela-and-friends-07-23-20
Cloudcast Media are pleased to have Kristie Bruce-Lane, President of The Thumbprint Project Foundation as a guest on Drew Schlosberg's "Spotlight on the Community"radio show on June 26, 2020 starting at 9:00am. The interview can be heard "live" by going to the Cloudcast Facebook page, @CloudcastUS. It will be a Facebook Live event.
To access the archived version go to Cloudcast Media website: https://cloudcast.us/drew-schlosbergs-spotlight-on-the-community/foundation-addresses-rise-in-childhood-domestic-violence-due-to-covid-19/
March 30, 2020 - The Thumbprint Project Foundation was honored to help during this time of uncertainty and provide and deliver much needed essential necessities today, cases of diapers and wipes, to our partner - The Door of Hope-Salvation Army - benefitting the homeless children who have been impacted by Childhood Domestic Violence.
These homeless mothers and children have not only been impacted by Domestic Violence but now the fallout of COVID-19. These women have been working hard in their transitional process back into society on the 7-acre campus. They have now experienced loss of jobs / income, anxiety, and fear for the future of their children is real.
Thank you to Captain, Crystal Birks and Director, Amy Vance at the Door of Hope.
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The Thumbprint Project Foundation and the Board of Directors are PROUD to be the recipient of the 2019 Lincoln Club Cares Award received on November 18, 2019.
The Lincoln Club members are united by a desire to see our community grow in safety, quality of life, and opportunity for all San Diegans. The Thumbprint Project Foundation was recognized based on the work furthering these goals. The Thumbprint Project Foundation was chosen out of 8 other prominent foundations in San Diego that were represented.
Thank you to Lincoln Club Cares for this award. This award will help us bring awareness and make a positive impact the victims of Childhood Domestic Violence and our communities.
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