Covid-19 Update: With the spread of Covid-19, The Blue Ribbon Project is following guidance from our local and state government and will be postponing all Volunteer events until further notice. Mirah's Closet and other portions of The Blue Ribbon Project are OPEN by appointment.
Taylor Pyles is a child abuse survivor and the founder of The Blue Ribbon Project. He has been a police officer with Annapolis Police Department for over a decade and is assigned as a Detective in the Criminal Investigations Section. When not working, you'll find him spending time with his family and out enjoying the countryside on two wheels.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (WLOS) — New information is coming out about the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on incidents of child abuse and sexual assault.
Members in the law enforcement community and victim advocates are raising awareness with April being both National Child Abuse Prevention Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Five Girl Scout Juniors finished their bronze project on March 6 by using a Kid Kindness grant from the organization Kindness Grows Here to make 41 backpacks for Backpacks of Love.
Leadership Team members can conveniently report their volunteer hours. The tracking of hours is important as it puts a value on the amount of time and dedication that The Blue Ribbon Project Leadership Team gives back to the community.
Leadership Team Members do not have to complete this form after each specific event but can be submitted at the end of each month. You can also submit multiple times a month (such as weekly), however, your hours will be added up at the end fo the month. Please do not submit the same hours multiple times.
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HERNDON, VA — Officers from the Herndon Police Department charged two men in connection with separate crimes against children.
The Blue Ribbon Project believes that every child deserves to feel special on their birthday or during another memorable event. For many children in Foster Care, their birthday and other celebrations may seem like any other day with no cards, no party, no presents, or cake.
The Blue Ribbon Project's Celebrations Club works to recognize Foster Children and Youth during their special events. We work with foster parents and the Department of Social Services to make these celebrations super special. Through this program, we can help provide Birthday Presents, Special Events* (in the community or hosting a party at The Blue Ribbon project), Bowling Events, Movie Nights, or any other special event for a foster child.
The Blue Ribbon Project works to make these events special for each foster child in the communities we serve. To make a request for an event, please complete the short form below and one of our Leadership Team Members will contact you regarding your planned event.
*During the COVID-19 pandemic, some venues will not be available.