Darrell Young unfurled the Protect Every Child banner at the summit of Angel’s Rest, which overlooks the Columbia Gorge, near Portland, Oregon.
Darrell’s hike on Friday, July 12, 2019 is the second climb he has made this year to protect every child. He also participated in the PEC event at Multnomah Falls.
At that time, he posted the following on social media, ”
“What a great and memorable day we had hiking at Multnomah Falls Oregon to raise public awareness against sexual abuse by clergy and individuals of all religions and organizations involving children. We plead with leaders of those organizations to focus more of their attention on preventing these abuses from occurring within their own organizations. Even one abuse is far too many. I love being part of such a good cause and am appreciative to all those that organized and those that participated in the event. Thank you.
Join me in signing the petition to make a difference for the children.”
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Sign the new Petition:
Climb a mountain, hilltop or driveway. Unfurl a banner and share it.
Come to the March for the Children on October 5, 2019 in Salt Lake City.
This is the big one. If we have 5,000 marchers, the national media will be all over it.
Institutions will be warned. Huge awareness will be raised.
Children will be protected. Past victims will take solace.
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