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best child safety programs in the country!  Please look around and
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Who we are:

Keeping Kids Safe Project is a National Child Safety Program that
tours the country providing FBI Quality Digital Fingerprints to
families.  What makes us one of the best programs in the country is
our commitment to always keep our program focused on helping
families.  We only work with local businesses and organizations that
are looking to give back to their community.  Our events are always
free to families thanks to the local businesses we work with.  Each
week our events are hosted across the country not only providing
digital fingerprints for the children but also providing empowering
safety information to families.  With this information our hope is
that no parent will ever need to use the records we provide them,
rather their children will be as prepared as possible if they are ever
in an dangerous situation.
S.I.P. Kids,The Keeping Kids Safe Project
Ph:319-268-4111 Fax: 866-867-1344  
Webmaster@sipkids.com  
2302 W 1st St, Suite 121, Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613
John Jackson - -

" WOW! What an
outstanding
program and
turnout. I have
been in the
Automotive
Industry for over
15 years and this
is by far one of
the best programs
to give back to our
community. We
anticipated 50
people on Friday
and 150 on
Saturday. Our
community
surprised us and
we had 150
people on Friday
and 300+ on
Saturday. Again,
WOW!
You would expect
many man hours
leading up to the
event this size but
you will be
pleasantly
surprised on how
little effort and
time you will have
to invest. SIP Kids
does it all and
understands we
need to sell cars.
We made a few
phone calls and
delivered flyers to
the local schools
and pre-schools.
We had Karate,
Face painting,
Red Cross,
Bounce House
and our men and
women from the
local Police and
Fire Departments
to assist. We
donated 2 cars
that the Fire
Department used
to educate us on
how they extract
(Jaws of Life) car
accident victims.  
I am forever a
partner with SIP
Kids and look
forward to my next
event. If anyone
wishes to contact
me, I would be
more than happy
to voice my
pleasant
experience."