Landmarks and Buildings across the nation participated in the Green Light Project this year for National Runaway Prevention Month. Here are some highlights.
The Green Light Project is a cornerstone of National Runaway Prevention Month each year. #NRPM2018 partners secure landmarks and buildings in their communities to light up green throughout November.
Below are some of the many participating buildings and landmarks from 2018:
1. Centennial Wheel at the Navy Pier in Chicago, IL
2. Nassau County Youth Services Legislature Building in New York
Tonight the Nassau County Executive and Legislative Building is lit green in support of National Runaway Prevention Month. Thanks to all who work tirelessly to help vulnerable youth and their families lead successful and resilient lives! #NRPM2018 pic.twitter.com/8xZSIBsMVQ
— FCA (@FCA_daily) November 20, 2018
3. ACH Child and Family in Fort Worth, TX
Tonight, our agency went green for National Runaway Prevention Month and shone a light on youth homelessness! Thank you to everyone who helps provide safety and stability to youth in crisis. #NRPM2018 #endyouthhomelessness pic.twitter.com/Qf5lw38YIE
— ACHChild&Family (@ACHChildFamily) November 14, 2018
4. Mahalo City and County of Honolulu
Have you seen #HonoluluHale this week? Green lights recognize National Runaway Safeline #NRPM2018 through tomorrow. Mahalo City and County of Honolulu for raising awareness about the issues facing at-risk and runaway youth. pic.twitter.com/QuLb5zRkV6
— Hale Kipa, Inc. (@HaleKipaInc) November 6, 2018
5. Safe Place of Monroe, Owen and Greene County
While the 2018 National Runaway Prevention Month is over, we encourage everyone to continue these critical conversations to “shine a light” on these issues all year round! If you’re not already a NRPM partner, please reach out to Rachel Reynolds, Outreach & Prevention Specialist, at rreynolds@1800RUNAWAY.org to learn more.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THE NATIONAL RUNAWAY PREVENTION MONTH PARTNERS: