CARE House of Oakland County, 40 Years of Helping Children

On Thursday, January 28, 2021 at noon (EST), the CARE House “Circle of Friends” will hold its annual event virtually this year. In addition to celebrating 25 years of the Circle of Friends support of CARE House of Oakland County, https://www.carehouse.org/, the event is honoring the memory of my Dad, Barry King.

https://www.hometownlife.com/story/life/community/eccentric/birmingham/2021/01/18/care-house-circle-friends-honor-memory-barry-king/4144118001/

The virtual event includes a panel discussion moderated by Kevin Dietz, a journalist who covered the investigation into the killings for more than 20 years, with Marney Rich Keenan, author of The Snow Killings: Inside the Oakland County Child Killer Investigation, my brothers and me. A painful, but important discussion.

Examining the legacy of the Oakland County child killings helps call attention to the vital mission of CARE House: the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect and advocacy for victims. Please check out their website to see the important work being done at CARE House and make a donation if you can. Oakland County has a 50-year legacy of empty political platforms promising the protection of children. Let’s hope this changes in the near future. CARE House of Oakland County needs your help now more than ever.


2 Comments on “CARE House of Oakland County, 40 Years of Helping Children”

  1. amcmurf says:

    I will be sending my donation in memory of Barry King- I can’t think of a more inspiring Father /parent – who fought for justice all kids. This is SUCH an important mission. Bless you King family and CARE fir your wonderful work!

  2. KP says:

    CARE House is a wonderful organization. I will be tuning in for sure!


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