National Children's Advocacy Center

Ways to Give

Ways to Give

Volunteer There are many ways to get involved at the NCAC. We have opportunities for individuals, corporations and civic groups to get involved from volunteering for special events or giving SCAN presentations to providing sponsorships or making a donation. Which is right for you? Explore this section to see how you would like to get involved and we will help you to make an impact in the lives of local children.

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Ways to Give

Community Partners

Annual Giving & Protectors' Circle

Donor Privacy

The National Children’s Advocacy Center respects the privacy of all donors. We believe in safeguarding personal information and ensuring that donor privacy is protected. Your name, address and any other personal data you provide will be used only by the National Children’s Advocacy Center to keep you informed of our activities including our programs, special events, and funding needs. If at any time you choose not to receive these communications, you may contact the institution and we will gladly remove your name from our mailing list.

The National Children’s Advocacy Center publishes a list of the names of donors in an annual digital gratitude report which is available on our website and on our donor wall in the foyer of our community services building. We respect all donor requests to remain anonymous.

Electronic Personal Records

Donor information is maintained in a secured database, and only authorized personnel have access to this information and only for appropriate business purposes.

Mailing Lists

The institution does not rent, sell, give away, or trade its donor lists or any information contained on those lists. Donor information is used by the institution for charitable purposes only as described above and will not be used by any entity outside of the institution. To review personal information collected and/or request changes, please contact Amy Gandy, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Authorized Release of Information

The National Children’s Advocacy Center may be legally required to disclose information on occasion. The National Children’s Advocacy Center complies with all applicable legal requirements and standards.