9th Annual Children & Families in Crisis Conference And the Stan Morrison Unforgettable Speaker Series

San Bernardino, California – For the past decade, in an ongoing attempt to safeguard and save the lives of children, in Southern California and across North America.  The Unforgettables Foundation (TUF) has presented a skills training symposium to educate parents and caregivers on real life dangers that are often overlooked or misunderstood.

On Thursday, October 13th from 6:30-8:30 PM, the Stan Morrison Unforgettable Speaker Series will bring leading law enforcement officials from across the Inland Empire to be on a Q&A panel moderated by past Riverside Citizen of the Year & Emeritus Co-chair of The Unforgettables Foundation, Stan Morrison.  Slated for the panel are leaders like, Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco and San Bernardino County Sheriff Shannon Dicus, along with Riverside County DA, Mike Hestrin and LA County ADA, Angela Brunson. This event will happen live at the historical Mission Inn in Riverside and is free of charge with RSVP– 150-person limit.

The next morning on Friday, October 14th from 9:00-11:00 AM via Zoom, The Unforgettables Foundation will present the second part of this free educational event – the 9th Annual Children & Families in Crisis Conference.  The conference is virtual, it will be headlined by our keynote speaker, Ms. Angela Brunson, ADA of LA County’s Cyber Crimes Against Children Division.  She will lead the discussion on this year’s theme, Protecting our Kids from Online Predators.  TUF gladly presents this program free of charge to educate and equip those who care for kids.

Some of the noted participants of this 2-stage event are Angela Brunson, Assistant District Attorney of LA County’s Cyber Against Children Division; Riverside County District Attorney, Mike Hestrin; Riverside County Sheriff, Chad Bianco; San Bernardino County Sheriff / Coroner, Shannon Dicus; Riverside Police Deputy Chief, Bruce Blomdahl; San Bernardino School Police Chief, Joseph Paulino; and retired San Bernardino County Sheriff Public Information Specialist, Clark Morrow, Opal Singleton of One Million Kids, along with TV Anchor, Thalia Hayden. 

Your donations and sponsorships are much appreciated and allow TUF to continue this free community-building project to protect our children against everyday threats.  If you would like more information or to make a donation, please visit our website at www.unforgettables.org or call our office at (909) 335-1600.

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