A Night at Roy’s is a ticketed, fundraising event benefitting The Monique Burr Foundation for Children. This event is held in April each year (Child Abuse Prevention Month) at Roy’s Restaurant located in Jacksonville Beach, Florida and is centered around a Hawaiian-themed luau. Guests can expect to enjoy a fun evening featuring contemporary Hawaiin-influenced gourmet cuisine by world-renowned chef, Roy Yamaguchi, along with tropical cocktails, fine wines, live music and a live and silent auction, all for a great cause!
Mark your calendars! The 20th Annual Champions for Child Safety Pro Am Golf Tournament is being held on Tuesday, October 3rd. Each year, this signature golf tournament and pairings party allows the Monique Burr Foundation for Children to deepen its impact to protect children from abuse and neglect. As a tournament participant, you will instantly become a Champion for Child Safety! Proceeds support MBF Child Safety Matters™, a comprehensive, school-based prevention program that provides information and strategies to prevent bullying, cyberbullying, digital abuse, and all types of child abuse. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to golf with a Pro!
The Monique Burr Foundation is honored to host the first annual Champions for Child Safety Luncheon on Wednesday, September 28th at the University of North Florida’s Adam W. Herbert University Center. The purpose of the luncheon is to raise awareness of child safety prevention issues and to recognize people and organizations who made outstanding achievements in this area.
Please join us Saturday, October 1st for the first annual Real World Safety Conference: Protecting Youth Online and Off hosted by the Monique Burr Foundation for Children. Parents, concerned citizens, and professionals from all disciplines will learn from renowned experts about the safety challenges of today’s youth. Attend this important conference to learn real world strategies to protect children and youth from bullying and cyberbullying, and to teach them digital safety and citizenship skills. Youth are welcome to attend with parents.