After spreading the message of cyber safety in schools for over twelve years, Keith Dunn is proud to announce the KDCOP Foundation as a non-profit foundation. While keeping students safe in the digital world, the KDCOP Foundation strives to perform assemblies at every school across the country. KDCOP assemblies do not only enhance the knowledge of these issues, but also creates an awareness that leads to necessary changes. These assemblies are expanding to more states, and the KDCOP Foundation is anxious to continue this growth.
Dunn has most recently been working closely with the Virginia and New Jersey National Guard Family Program’s Office, providing youth assemblies for 2-4 hours on cyber safety and leadership awareness. In February and March, Dunn will be speaking at three different locations presenting cyber safe/leadership training for the Virginia National Guard. Dunn is looking forward to presenting his program between April 23rd and 26th in Atlanta, Georgia to the staff of the National Guard Family Program’s Office from all 54 states and territories. This appearance will provide him the opportunity to speak to National Guard children all over the country.
Passionate does not even begin to describe Dunn and the way he feels about his work, as well as the children he is determined to help. “I want to be able to get large enough sponsors where I can actually hire a dynamic speaking staff with a passion that I have lived with my whole life of keeping kids safe online,” said Dunn. “These next months could be monumental for the KDCOP foundation and I hope that we raise enough awareness to have gracious corporations or even the Federal Government pitch in to help us provide FREE cyber-bullying, sexting, social networking and online predator safety.”
Dunn hopes to do one of two things during all if his upcoming travels. The first and most important initiative is to spread his cyber safe message to students, adults and CEO’s all over the country in a dynamic, interactive, and inspirational way. His second mission is to try to supply his non-profit organization, the KDCOP Foundation, further funding to provide little to no cost assemblies all over the world for students and adults alike.
ABOUT THE KCOP FOUNDATION
The KDCOP Foundation, a NJ Nonprofit Corporation, provides little or no cost cyber safe assemblies to schools in order to keep their students safe in the digital world. The foundation brings together some of the greatest minds when developing cyber safety curriculum and then executes a dynamic, interactive, educational and inspirational school assembly. The mission of the KDCOP Foundation is to procure sponsorship and grant money to limit the financial stress that already plagues our school systems in order to perform assemblies at every school across the country.