Helping Say What Children Can't
is proud to announce the launch of our mascot Panda Abuzz!
Order our mascot PANDA Abuzz
Every day, thousands of children around the globe experience Parental Alienation. Parental Alienation Awarness 's mascot is launched to further our mission of raising awareness and education.
Look for more on PANDA coming very soon.
Quantities are limited. Get him now for only $12.99 plus shipping!
To simply donate to the Panda Abuzz campaign, click here.
To order him, click 'Buy Now' below.
Soft and cuddly Panda Abuzz has the following written on his hands: 'Mom Loves Me' on one hand, and 'Dad Loves Me' on the other.
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Panda Abuzz is the hard work and creation of Donna Ingold (Abuzz's mom!), Sarvy Emo, and Bronwyn Coveney (our brilliant cartoonist).
Together, along with the input of many adult alienated children and professionals, they have created Abuzz, who will be appearing in cartoon strips soon, as well as stand alone cartoon posters.
Abuzz's job is to educate the public and parents about how some adult behaviors are harmful to children. He will in effect be an extension of the child, expressing and voicing what the child can not, in order to make
parents understand how they are harming their own children by their Parental Alienation behaviors.
Panda Abuzz is unique in that he will bring light to how damaging and confusing PA is to children, while being passed from child to child inorder to help multitude of parents in many cultural, religious or blended family dynamics understand and cope for
the benefit of their children.
Abuzz can be ordered as a plush toy as well, with inscriptions on each paw saying 'I love Mom' and 'I love Dad'. To order him, click here.
Look for Abuzz, our lovable friendly mascot, helping raise awareness and education everywhere he goes!
Below is a sampling of one of the standalone cartoons. Look for more coming soon: