By Tim Leeds
The Stand for Children web site offers information, links to other sites and membership in the organization to people surfing the net.
The web site provides information about the Stand for Children national organization, including how it all began with a rally of more than 300,000 people gathering in Washington to bring attention to the needs of American children.
One link gives information on the history of the Stand for Children day, and the purpose behind the rallies associated with the national organization.
There is also information on solutions available for problems children and their families have. Information included covers major child care issues and after school programs that have been used.
There is also a link to give information about the value of forming local Stand for Children chapters, and information about forming a chapter.
One link gives access to merchandise the organization sells, which is sold at a discount to members. The money from the sales provide funding for the efforts of Stand for Children.
There is also a link to make donations to the organization, and another to join online.
On the net: Stand for Children: http://www.stand.org