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NOTE: To protect the confidentiality of child survivors of abuse, NCA never uses photos of the children it serves. The photos below do not depict actual child survivors and are for illustrative purposes only. Bethany Bethany is seven now.  Like many girls her age, she loves princesses and anything that sparkles.  She is an only …

April 1, 2014
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Join a community of corporate citizens working together to end child abuse Businesses and other organizations can support NCA through: direct financial contributions and grants, in-kind donations, employer matching contributions, in-store cause campaigns, on-line or social media campaigns, sponsorships, exhibiting at our annual Leadership Conference and purchasing advertising in our print and web publications. NCA …

March 29, 2014
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NCA’s Annual Reports document the organization’s growth and achievements over the years. Some highlights from the 2017 Annual Report include: Growth in our Victims of Crime Act funding, following a three-year advocacy strategy, now providing more than $100 million in funds to serve kids nationwide Progress on NCA 2020: our current five-year strategic plan, and where …

March 29, 2014