Attorney General Jon Bruning presented $100,000 to Nebraska's Project Harmony, an Omaha-based service program working to assist victims of child abuse and neglect. The donated funds are provided by the Protect Nebraska Kids Foundation.
"The sad truth is vulnerable children are victimized every day," said
Bruning. "I'm proud to support Project Harmony's mission of providing
support for these victims and working to end child abuse and neglect."
Project Harmony provides effective, immediate and sensitive support to children who are victims or suspected victims of abuse and neglect, and their non-offending family members. A child-centered facility, Project Harmony assembles a multidisciplinary team composed of law enforcement, investigative, social service, medical and referral professionals dedicated to protecting children and prosecuting offenders. Project Harmony serves eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa.
The Protect Nebraska Kids Foundation's mission is to help prevent the sexual exploitation of Nebraska's children and assist law enforcement in the rescue of children in need.
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