The North Central Missouri Children's Advocacy Center has received a State Services to Victims Fund Grant (SSVF) via the Missouri Department of Public Safety in the amount of $17,495.72 to provide trauma counseling services to child victims of abuse. The grant period will run throughout 2019.
A private donor made a $100 donation to the Children's Advocacy Center for general operating expenses. We are always thankful for our donors. If it wasn't for them, we would not be able to operate. All donations are tax deductible and any donation of $100 or more is eligible for the Champion for Children Tax Credit. You can learn more about this tax credit here: Champion For Children Tax Credits.
A donations of $500 was made on January 28, 2019, to the Advocacy Center by the KCP&L Foundation. The KCP&L Foundation has been a consistent supporter for our center and we truly appreciate them. Almost all of our services are direct services to individual children, families, or the multi-disciplinary teams we work with. Funds received are for general operating purposes.
Elk's Lodge #801 made a donation of items to the Advocacy Center just in time for Christmas. We very much appreciate the support we receive from our local folks, a win-win for your community.
Thank you, Branch 6 BTC Bank! New to the community and they quickly made a direct impact for our agency, a very nice $200 donation to help make things better for kids!
We were honored with a $100 dollar donation from the Grundy Center United Methodist Church this morning. Thank you to Pastor Richard Key and his congregation for thinking of us.
A great big wow and hug to Marilyn Dempke and her group from Hugs from Home Quilt Project on their wonderful donation of 18 handmade quilts. These quilts will be used as comfort items for children receiving services from the Advocacy Center. So much love and stitches!
We’re a bit behind but we’d like to give a shout-out to the American Family Insurance Dreams Foundation for their recent generous donation of $1,000 to assist local children reported abused in the following 12 counties: Caldwell, Carroll, Clinton, Daviess, DeKalb, Grundy, Harrison, Linn, Livingston, Mercer, Putnam, and Sullivan. This gift came our way as a result of a donation made by our local American Family Insurance Agency in Trenton via Cara McClellan. Thank you, Cara!
We would like to thank everyone that came out to have breakfast with us at Washington Street and feel we had a great turnout. We were able to raise $1,171 towards services for abused children and are grateful to all those that made it possible. If you would like to take a tour of our building and gain a better understanding of what we do, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We want you to know how your dollars are spent.