National Care For Kids Day is dedicated to the care of children, celebrated on September 20th. The purpose of this holiday is to let society understand it directly affects the future life of the child, just like the parents themselves.
The holiday was established by the Designetics Cares Foundation in 2021. The Foundation’s specialists provide comprehensive support to children, giving them the opportunity to speak out about the problems that worry them.
Mental health plays an important role in the proper development of a child. Children need to be given enough attention to feel needed.
The justice system must actively develop in the direction of protecting children from moral and physical abuse. This is also the task of the state, since it is necessary to educate mentally healthy, purposeful individuals. From childhood, a child must be taught to distinguish between good and bad, and accustomed to books and art.
- Society has a direct influence on the creation of personality.
- Memory begins to develop actively in a child from the age of seven. Therefore, in many countries, children go to school from this age.
- Games are one of the most important components of education, thanks to which the child acquires new skills.
How to take part
Spend National Care For Kids Day with your kids. Play with them, go to the zoo or an amusement park. Let them feel surrounded by love and care.
Provide financial support to orphanages, hospitals, or organizations that treat children with rare diseases. Many people need support and attention. Charity is the best way to show these children are not left to fend for themselves.
When is National Care For Kids Day in 2023?
National Care For Kids Day is observed on September 20 each year.