What Can YOU Do To Help
Below is a list of items needed by the CAC to assist in providing the resources and services to the children we serve.
- Art supplies such as: play-doh, colored pencils, crayons, washable paint, paint brushes, chalk, canvasses, colored sharpies, printer paper, construction paper
- Juice boxes or water bottles
- Children's books, coloring books, & toys
- Lysol spray cans
- Paper Towels
- Hand Soap
- Magazines subscriptions such as: Highlights & Family Circle
- Gift cards to Target, Wal-Mart, Sam’s, Kroger, Office Depot/Office Max
Sponsorships & Events
Chip In For Children Golf Tournament
When: June 13th, 2020
Where: West Point Golf Club
2001 Country Club Rd.
Lanett, AL 36863
Who: Teams of 4 Individual Golfers
Purpose: This event not only raises funds to continue to provide and expand mental health, medical, and advocacy services for those children who have been abused, but also raises awareness within the community to work towards our overall purpose to end child abuse
If you would like more information about sponsoring this event click the link below to view our Event Sponsorship Form
Annual Corporate Sponsorships
If you would like to become one of our annual corporate sponsorships please click the link below to access our Corporate Sponsorship Form. These Sponsors. These wonderful sponsors provide the funds necessary in order to continue day to day operations at our facility. Thank you for your consideration! With your help, we are one step closer to ending child abuse in our community.
National Child Abuse Prevention Month
Every April, Child Abuse Prevention Month is an opportunity to learn about the signs of child abuse and how to prevent it. Our mission is to bring awareness within our community about child abuse as well as ways to support families and children impacted by abuse and neglect. With each opportunity throughout the month of April, we bring hope to families and come closer to an end for child abuse and neglect. Please wear blue in order to spread awareness during the month of April. Look out for pinwheels located around your community that symbolize the number of children impacted by abuse or neglect in the past year.