April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Children's Trust Roanoke Valley is an organization that works to prevent that abuse.
Children's Trust is Executive Director Janice Dinkins Davidson stopped by the WDBJ7 studio on Tuesday to talk about the organization.
According to the group's website, Children's Trust strives to prevent child abuse and neglect.
The pinwheel is the national symbol for child abuse. 3,000 pinwheels will be planted at The Community Arboretum at Virginia Western to raise awareness of child abuse in the Roanoke Valley.
This year's garden will be planted on March 28th at 9:00 a.m.
With a tax deductible gift of $74.99 to Children's Trust, you can get your own Pinwheel Garden Kit.
Each kit includes 24 Pinwheels and a Yard Sign in support of Child Abuse Prevention.
Your name will also be placed on the Children's Trust virtual pinwheel garden website (https://pinwheelgarden.com/).
To find out more about Children's Trust Roanoke Valley, or to get in touch with them about ordering a pinwheel garden click here: http://www.roact.org/.