KinderVision Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit, was created as the result of the 1989 abduction and murder of a 7-year-old little girl in Southern California and began with peer-to-peer personal safety programs for young children.
In 2008 at the request of law enforcement, KVF created The Greatest Save Teen PSA Program for high school students. This comprehensive peer-to-peer, prevention-based program is research-informed and evidence-based and meets State and Federal mandates for addressing student mental health, social emotional, and personal safety issues.
The Greatest Save Teen PSA Program is a resource of 30-second video messages created by teens for teens on topics that prevent victimization and that can be used to enhance existing programs and engage students in classroom content while raising awareness.
KinderVision is a recognized charity of Major League Baseball and endorsed by law enforcement nationwide.
Tom Antl is video teacher at San Diego school for creative and performing arts.
” Thank you so much for such a great experience! The students were thrilled and on top of that the Padres asked my student Broadcast team if we wanted to produce a live Padres game in August!
Such an incredible opportunity wouldn’t have been possible without the Teen PSA Program.
-Tom Antl – video teacher