It's springtime in Mississippi. Birds are chirping, the sun is shining, and flower gardens are blooming vibrantly, delighting us with their beauty and disrupting us with their pollen. This month, Canopy Children’s Solutions (Canopy) is planting its own delightful, disruptive gardens across our state. In front of homes and businesses, flocks of blue pinwheels will dance in the wind, reminding us of the whimsy of childhood. These pinwheels are the official symbol of Child Abuse Awareness Month, placed intentionally to promote the importance of communities working together to raise awareness and ultimately end child abuse.
You can help spread joy to local children by helping to support Canopy Children’s Solutions’ South Mississippi Child Advocacy Center (SMCAC) Annual Gift Drive.
Canopy Children’s Solutions announces Sabreniee A. Wright as its new program director for the South Mississippi Child Advocacy Center.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. During the coronavirus pandemic, more than ever before, it is critical to be aware of the potential for child abuse.
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. While many have heard of this crime, few know much about it. It affects people of every age, race, gender, and socioeconomic status, and it's here in Mississippi.
Join us for a 3-on-3 single elimination basketball tournament helping to support the South Mississippi Child Advocacy Center.
January 11 is an official day of observance to recognize on the worldwide impact of human trafficking. See how Canopy Children's Solutions is helping shed light on this growing crime.
Harrison County District Attorney puts away a man for 15 years, convicted of molesting a now 6-year-old girl. Learn how the South Mississippi Child Advocacy Center helped play a critical role in this conviction.
May 25 is recognized as National Missing Children's Day. Canopy Children's Solutions participated in the #RockOneSock campaign sponsored by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, which has been at the forefront of fighting to keep children safer from abduction and sexual exploitation for more than three decades.