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Can't donate money, but still want to help?

Program /Direct Service Costs (advocacy, prevention, training, program supplies, etc.)


Administrative Costs (accounting, taxes, director, etc)


Operating Costs (insurance, professional membership, accreditation, audit)




Where does the CAC's              funding go?
  • Comfort Items (for after a forensic interivew)

    • Art supplies (crayons, colored pencils, markers, sketch pads)

    • Journals (for the teenagers who visit our center)

    • Coloring books (for both young children and teens)

    • Tote bags/back packs to carry items (for boys and girls)

    • Stress balls

    • Bubbles

    • Small (lap) blankets

  • Hospitality Items (for during the child/family's visit to the CAC)

    • Individually packaged snacks (granola bars, crackers, dried fruit, string cheese)

    • Bottled water (small bottles for children work well)

    • Juice boxes

  • Office Supplies

    • Printer paper

    • Notepads

    • Pens

    • Recordable DVDs and DVD sleeves

    • Printer ink


The CAC can always use donations of hard goods that help us carry out our operations. Following an interview, each child leaves the CAC with comfort items to help lessen anxiety.  If you would like to donate any of the items on our "wish list," please click here to contact us.  Donations can be dropped off at the CAC.

The Children's Advocacy Center, Inc. never charges for services provided to victims of child abuse or their non-offending caregivers. We rely solely on grants, our annual fundraisers, and the generosity of our community supporters to carry out our mission. 


  10% of our funding comes from individual contributions


By supporting the CAC with a monetary contribution, you are helping to ensure child victims of abuse are treated with compassion and dignity throughout the investigative process and that they receive the support, services, and advocacy they need to begin the journey of healing. 

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