Let’s put an end to abuse!
Protect Abused Victims
Strengthen Families and Value Children
Chief Operating Officer
5K Fun Run/Walk
for Child Abuse Prevention
April 1, 2017
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Chief Marketing Officer
Chief Administrative Officer
those in need
Demetrice Martin Morris, Founder and CEO
LRHF will work to prevent child abuse in all its forms through programs, services, public awareness, training and education, advocacy and networking and shall establish and administer proficiency training and certification programs for the purpose of preventing child abuse and enhancing the quality of life for children and families. LRHF will effectively coordinate between agencies, departments, existing services, and the courts for individuals affected by family and domestic violence and abuse.
"I would like to personally like to thank each and every one of you for your support. Every $1 you donate helps to provide aid or information to those who have suffered from abuse. Therefore, your partnership has been monumental to our growth. Knowing that we can count on people like you empowers me to continue the fight to prevent our future generations from suffering the long-term effects of abuse and/or neglect. Again, Thank you to each of you for your continued support as we look forward to greater things this 2017 year."
The Louisiana Royal Hearts Foundation is hosting our very first Root Out Child Abuse Walk in Audubon Park on April 1, 2017. It would be an honor for you to join with the other businesses such as Children’s Hospital, Louisiana Running Co, the House of Shock, and Complete Transformations to bring awareness to the 681,000 children who are abused nationwide annually and to prevent 1,580 kids from dying annually from abuse.
our core values
Louisiana Royal Hearts Foundation
Louisiana Royal Hearts Foundation exist to create a culture where children’s well-being is valued; and they are raised in a healthy, safe and nurturing communities.
NOCAC Training and Prevention Programs
-Darkness to Light Stewards of Children™
-Teens, Sex, and the Law
-CARE Sessions: Continuing education for professionals and community advocates in the area of child maltreatment
-Mandatory Report Training
-N.O.P. (Non-Offending Parent) Training: Dealing with the - non-offending parent