Comfort the Courageous Bear invites you to learn more about us!
No More C.R.A.P. is a 501c3 organization (status pending as of 2019) based in Minnesota that is dedicated to fulfilling its mission through dynamic programming responsive to the needs of diverse communities. Although our volunteer efforts inception year is 2006, its official launch as a an organization began in 2011. What started out as a simple way to help provide healing to abused and kidnapped children is being transformed into a non-profit organization. According to the United States Accountability Office, approximately five children die each day as a result of child abuse. On a national scale, more than 3 million child abuse cases are reported (U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services). The Bureau of Justice Statistics reports an alarming growth rate in kidnapping cases each year as well. This is simply not acceptable.
No More C.R.A.P. seeks to end the cycle of children being abused and kidnapped; and families being ripped apart from one another. No child or family should ever have to endure the emotional, mental, and physical scars these situations often cause.
Mission: To strengthen and restore the family bond by developing initiatives to prevent child abuse and kidnapping.
Vision: To be the leading worldwide organization providing services that decrease child abuse and kidnapping while promote healthy parenting; alternative discipline methods; and cultivating strong families.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
We are thankful for all of you!
No More C.R.A.P. would not be in existence were it not for the numerous corporations, foundations, individuals, volunteers, and communities making a difference in the lives of children. Many of you wish to remain anonymous but please know that we truly appreciate your servant hearts and kind acts of gratitude. Listed below are just a few:
Best Buy Corporation
Davanni's - Grand Avenue
Dunn Brothers Coffee - Hugo
Trent Tucker, NBA
Deborah and Jim Young
Rob and Ruslana Westerlund
Dr. Shantay Bolton
Dawn and Michael Underland
Chris and Terri Counts
The St. Paul Pioneer Press published an article in 2006 (written by Ruben Rosario) that grants us a closer look at the Executive Director, Dr, Rolanda Schmidt of No More C.R.A.P. and her childhood story of being kidnapped and abused. Click here to read more.....
We invite you to click here and join us in watching the memories from our Annual Comfort the Courageous Cub event!
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