Project Harmony Declares July 21 as National Be Someone Day

Project Harmony ( has declared Wednesday, July 21 as National Be Someone Day to challenge people to take 10 seconds to make a difference in the life of a child. National Be Someone Day can be observed in multiple ways: drop off a donation at Project Harmony on July 21 between 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., take the pledge online (, and use #BeSomeoneDay to share on social media.
“At Project Harmony, we believe that all children are someone,” says Project Harmony Senior Director of Communications Angela Roeber. “And, all adults can be someone to a child. All it takes it the commitment to stop the cycle of child abuse. On National Be Someone Day, take the pledge to be the person to make a difference in a child’s life. Most importantly, be someone prepared to report when a child trusts you enough to tell you they’ve been hurt.”
Project Harmony founded National Be Someone Day to help end child abuse and bring communities together through education and awareness. Project Harmony’s nationally recognized, collaborative, child-focused approach works to ensure children are not further victimized by the systems intended to protect them. They’ve brought multiple agencies working in these systems together into one place where they can coordinate and communicate most effectively and tackle child abuse as a team. To learn more, go online to