How Can I Help?
Prevent Child Abuses success depends on the generous support of our donors. Prevent Child Abuse is a private, nonprofit charity, and donations to Prevent Child Abuse are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Prevent Child Abuse prides itself on spending our donors money wisely and effectively. Administrative and fundraising costs are only 16% of our spending.
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Your ‘Kids First’ License Plate Today!
This personalized license plate was developed to benefit North Carolina’s Children’s Trust Fund. Fifteen dollars of your twenty-five dollar fee will go directly to the Children’s Trust Fund. These funds are used to provide grants to programs relating to child abuse prevention activities. Numerous child advocacy efforts, statewide and local nonprofit organizations, and direct-service agencies depend on these funds to help stop child abuse and neglect. Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina is coordinating the administration of this effort, but proceeds from license plate orders go directly to the Children’s Trust Fund. Thank you for your support.
1-800-354-KIDS for your order form.
You can donate to Prevent Child Abuse in several ways:
Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina benefits from campaigns throughout North Carolina and we thank you for your ongoing support! If you are a state employee or federal employee, your employer will provide specific information on workplace giving, along with designation forms.
If you are a federal employee, you can contribute to our prevention efforts through the Combined Federal Campaigns. Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina has been approved for the following 2001 Combined Federal Campaigns: Research Triangle Area Combined Federal Campaign, the Cape Fear Area Combined Federal Campaign, the Combined Federal Campaign at Cherry Point, the Combined Federal Campaign of Central Carolinas and the Combined Federal Campaign of Southeastern North Carolina.
We are still waiting for approval from the Combined Federal Campaign of Asheville and Buncombe County, the Rowan and Iredell Counties Combined Federal Campaign, the Combined Federal Campaign of Central Carolina, and the Combined Federal Campaign of South Eastern NC.
Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina staff members will provide speakers for employee groups for the State and Federal campaigns upon request.
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Other ways to help
Donations can be made in honor or in memory of family members or friends. Provide us with the addresses of those being honored and an acknowledgement card will be sent in your name.
Events to Benefit Prevent Child Abuse
Throughout the year Prevent Child Abuse has several fundraising events to help support our prevention programs and to create public awareness about the problem of child abuse and neglect and how each of us can help. Check our Upcoming Events page for the latest information.
How would you like to meet other Triangle professionals, make new business contacts, have fun, and help a great cause? Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina is providing volunteers with an exciting opportunity to become more involved in the community through our "Associates Club." The Associates Club is a group of Triangle volunteers who plan and participate in fun social activities for the benefit of Prevent Child Abuse.
The Associates will hold their fourth annual fundraising and public awareness event, "Picture This," to celebrate Child Abuse Prevention Month in April. The event will feature a photography exhibit by local artists, live music, hors doeuvres and a cash bar. Over 250 guests are anticipated.
For more information about becoming an Associate and serving on the 2000 planning committee. Contact Ruth A. Peebles, Director of Advocacy and Development at 919-829-8009 or call 1-800-354-KIDS.
Join in Prevent Child Abuses fight to prevent child abuse and become an Associate today!
How you can raise funds in your community to prevent child abuse!Parties for Prevention!!
We invite friends of Prevent Child Abuse to host private parties to celebrate child abuse prevention.
Parties can be formal sit-down dinners, barbecues, tailgate parties, or other informal gatherings. They can be held in conjunction with a holiday or other celebration such as a retirement or anniversary. Hosts can be as creative as they would like with the menu, theme, and entertainment.
Guests who attend the parties are asked to make a generous contribution. A minimum donation can be required. Those guests unable to attend the dinner are invited to make a donation directly to Prevent Child Abuse.
Proceeds will be used in Prevent Child Abuses statewide effort to prevent child abuse and neglect: for critical education and support for new parents, specialized training for teachers and child care professionals, and public awareness programs that are really making a difference.
|Contact Ruth Peebles, Development Director for more information. 1-800-354-KIDS.|
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