Childhelp Founders On The Music And The Message Show
Today’s guests are the founders of Childhelp and have dedicated 62 years to protect and love over 11 million abused children! Two of the most amazing women on planet earth! Sara O’Meara and Yvonne Fedderson shares heart wrenching stories of some of the children they have taken care of over the years. It’s a message of hope that even the most traumatized and broken little souls experience miracles and move forward with a better life thanks to the care they received at Childhelp. From the advocacy centers to the villages – every one who enters will find love.
Childhelp exists to meet the physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of abused, neglected and at-risk children. We focus our efforts on advocacy, intervention, treatment, prevention, family resilience and community outreach. You can learn more about how you can help, donate, volunteer and more at www.childhelp.org
Plus Rosevelt Sings “Somebody’s Child” a #newvideo #newsong #newrelease and helps us to remember that we must Choose to Care for every child.
Plus “In The Father’hood” encourages us to be a positive and supportive voice that helps overcome the negative inner critic that tears us down. Plus it’s like therapy for Jef to talk about the Muppets! :0)
BONUS: Rosevelt Sings a #parody on the song “9 to 5” as a tribute to how hard Sara & Yvonne work day in and day out.
He’s the former host of ABC’s Emmy Award winning show “What’s Up” – He’s an actor of 30 years, product spokesperson, improv comedian, and radio show host on All Comedy Radio. He’s a producer, a director, and talk show host and has interviewed guests Pat Finn (The Middle, Toyota), Dick Van Dyke (Mary Poppins, Night at the Museum), and Sean Astin (Rudy, Goonies, Lord of the Rings) among many others.
With over 5,000 live performances, and thousands of training presentations, Jef has made a career in all aspects of humor and character development.
Father to Rosevelt and her 5 brothers, Jef is not shy to share his insights on parenting with a weekly segment: In The Fatherhood.