It’s about Charlie… after Charlie Horn lost his life when a dresser tipped over on top of him, his parents started a movement to reduce unintentional accidents in the home and keep children safe. Since 2007, Charlie’s House has reached more than 100,000 parents, caregivers, and others, providing home safety information, injury prevention education, and devices to keep children safe.
On November 1, 2007, Charlie Horn, a 2-year-old Kansas City boy, was killed when he attempted to climb a 30″ dresser in his home. It was through this tragedy that Charlie’s House was born.
Brett and Jenny Horn, Charlie’s parents, turned their tragedy into a mission. The Horns began a movement to reduce in-home accidents through increased public awareness and education. Through this effort, Charlie’s House was established and serves as a resource for families seeking information on safety and injury prevention. The mission, to prevent injuries to children in and around the home, is fulfilled through increased safety awareness, public education, and distribution of safety devices.
Charlie’s House is pleased to offer the items in this store, in limited form, to keep your home safe. The cost of $8 is to cover postage.