FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
[Bartow, Florida] – [April 3, 2023] – Danica Joan Dockery, founder and executive director of Kids Need Both, Inc, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting shared parenting, has received a proclamation on behalf of the organization honoring Shared Parenting Day 2023.
Shared Parenting Day is a National Day of Recognition that celebrates and promotes the importance of shared parenting for children and families. The day is observed on April 26th each year and is recognized in several states across the country.
The proclamation was presented to Danica Joan Dockery by Steve Githens, Mayor of the City of Bartow, Florida during a ceremony held at Bartow City Hall on April3, 2023. The ceremony was attended by members of the Kids Need Both community, as well as local officials and advocates for shared parenting.
In accepting the proclamation, Danica Joan Dockery expressed her gratitude for the recognition of Shared Parenting Day and reiterated the importance of children having equal access to both parents.
“Shared parenting is about putting the needs of children first,” said Danica Joan Dockery. “It’s about recognizing that children need both parents in their lives, and that parents should have equal rights and responsibilities when it comes to raising their children. We are honored to receive this proclamation on behalf of Kids Need Both, and we will continue to work tirelessly to promote shared parenting and advocate for the best interests of children.”
Kids Need Both is a non-profit organization that provides education, resources, and support to families and professionals who work with families going through divorce and separation. The organization advocates for shared parenting as the best solution for children and families and works to promote legislation and policies that support shared parenting.
For more information about Kids Need Both, Inc and Shared Parenting Day, visit KidsNeedBoth.org.
Danica Joan Dockery
Kids Need Both, Inc