RAACE News & Events


The Other 19

Are You One of The Other 19?


Today we woke up to a new era of empowerment, enlightenment and action. Last night Oprah Winfrey, while accepting the 2018 Cecil B. de Mille award during the Golden Globes Awards, gave a powerful, moving ...

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Dare to Be Event

"Dare to Be" Concert Ticket Winners Announced


Congratulations to Our Winners!

  • Grand Prize – 8 VIP Tickets to Jack Graham
  • 2nd Place – 4 VIP Tickets to Craig & Ann Blend
  • 3rd Place – 2 VIP Tickets to Joseph & Jennifer Webb

Thanks to everyone ...

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Twelve Easy to Ways to Prevent Colds and Flu

Twelve Easy to Ways to Prevent Colds and Flu


From late fall through winter, most of us are cooped up inside, often sharing space with others who may be sneezing, coughing, and sniffling. By practicing good hygiene and being careful to avoid cold germs ...

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You can be a happier mom or dad!

You can be a happier mom or dad!


Being a parent can be one of life’s most fulfilling and rewarding roles. But anyone who has worked her way through sleepless nights with a colicky baby, had a battle of wills with a ...

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AIAC Group Photo

AIAC Gives Back to Help Win Our RAACE


For the 4th year, RAACE has received support from the Associated Italian American Charities (AIAC) of Maryland’s 68th annual charitable giving event. The organization, which is dedicated to charitable work and supporting education, held ...

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Reading Fairgrounds
Reading Fairgrounds Historical Society

Brad's Blog: 10 Years of RAACE-Giving Thanks, My Way


During my youth, the only thing that mattered to me were Sundays at the Reading Fairgrounds with my dad, rooting for my favorite dirt modified race car drivers, Toby Tobias, Jimmy Horton, and Kenny Weld ...

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Being thankful isn’t just for the holidays.

Being thankful isn’t just for the holidays


The holidays are usually a time when we gather with family and friends and take time to reflect on what we have to be grateful for in our lives. While that’s a great way ...

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Overcoming the challenges of being a male sex abuse survivor

Overcoming the challenges of being a male sex abuse survivor


Men who were sexually abused when they were children or teens often face an additional set of challenges on their path to survivorship. These challenges can make it more difficult for them to disclose the ...

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RAACE New Website

Powerful Child Abuse Prevention Tools Are Just a Click Away


Baltimore, MD – The number of children and teens who are sexually abused in the U.S. remains at epidemic levels-- 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 7 boys are sexually abused by age 18 ...

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How to Plan a Fun and Safe Playdate for your Kids


Having friends over to play can be a great boredom buster and can also help your children learn a host of important social skills like sharing and empathy. It’s easy to plan a playdate ...

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Brad as Captain America

Brad's Blog: Being Honest About Sex Education Can Save a Child's Life


Recently, I have been thinking about why some parents are not being honest with their kids. Honest about things like the horrific shootings at Sandyhook Elementary and a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, the Holocaust ...

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Big Wheel Races

January 23-25, 2015: Join us at the Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports Race Car & Trade Show


For the eighth year, The Race Against Abuse of Children Everywhere, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to preventing child sexual abuse before it happens, will take part in the 2015 Pioneer Pole Buildings ...

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Multitasking mom

Does Multitasking Make Parenting Harder?


If you have kids, you know how busy every day can be. It probably seems like there are more things you’re supposed to do than there are hours in the day. Because you have ...

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RAACE-Halloween Tips

15 Tips to Keep Your Children Safe This Halloween


Kids love Halloween. It’s a chance to dress up, decorate pumpkins, and go door-to-door collecting bags of candy. As a parent, there are several simple steps you can take to make sure your kids ...

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Single Parent

Tips to Make Being a Single Parent Easier


Ask any parent. Raising kids is hard work. And it can be an even tougher job if you’re raising your kids without a partner. There are more than 20 million children in the U ...

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After school program

Can After-School Programs Help Keep Your Kids Safe?


You’ve reached a turning point. Your kids are too old for daycare or a babysitter, but you’re not completely comfortable with leaving them on their own after school until you get home from ...

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Young boy and girl

The Siblings of Abused Children Need Support Too


When a family discovers that one of their children has been sexually abused, the natural reaction is to focus intensely on that child’s needs and the practical steps required to keep the child safe ...

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