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Five Years of Caring for Kids Kohls to Present Another Check to Fund Safe Kids FargoMoorhead

For five years, Kohl's has been raising and donating money to fund our local Safe Kids Fargo/Moorhead. Safe Kids is dedicated to the prevention of accidental childhood injuries. Since the partnership began in 2003, the coalition has checked nearly 3500 car seats, held 180 safety related events, and spent thousands of manpower hours to help educate the public about how to keep our community's kids safe. These activities would not be possible without the support of Kohl's.

For five years, Kohl's has been raising and donating money to fund our local Safe Kids Fargo/Moorhead. Safe Kids is dedicated to the prevention of accidental childhood injuries. Since the partnership began in 2003, the coalition has checked nearly 3500 car seats, held 180 safety related events, and spent thousands of manpower hours to help educate the public about how to keep our community's kids safe. These activities would not be possible without the support of Kohl's.

The media is invited to attend as Kohl's donates more money to this cause. On Thursday, Oct. 18, at 4:30 p.m., a Kohl's representative will present Safe Kids Fargo/Moorhead with a check for $26,351 - to date Kohl's has donated over $125,000 to Safe Kids Fargo/Moorhead. The check presentation will take place at F-M Ambulance, 2215 18th St. S., Fargo, during a car seat safety check. This car seat check event itself is full, but you can see firsthand how this money is being put to work in helping keep kids safe.

Other information:
  • According to Safe Kids Worldwide, "in the United States, we have contributed to a 45 percent reduction in the child fatality rate from accidental injury - saving an estimated 38,000 children's lives."
  • According to Safe Kids Worldwide, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of injury death for children ages 1-14, and the second leading cause of injury death for children ages 0-1.
  • National Safe Kids Worldwide states that "correctly used child safety seats decrease the risk of death by 71 percent for infants and 54 percent for toddlers."
  • For more information on Safe Kids, visit safekids.org.