Now you can make a gift through Amazon.com to help the families we see at the Center everyday. Click here to go to our wish list page and help provide a snack, a meal, a toy or household needs to a child and their family when they need our help the most. Know your gift will make someone feel cared for because you thought of them this holiday season.
Mark your calendars--over 3800 charities across the country are participating with us on Giving Tuesday! Today will be the day to make your gift to the NKYCAC and help children of abuse with your support. Save the date!
Fidelity to receive Champions for Children Award on May 16, 2013
Dr. Rob Tagher took giving back to a whole new level after completing a 100-mile run in freezing temperatures, waist-deep water and thick mud last weekend for charity.
The Florence pediatrician completed the Indiana Trail 100, the state’s only 100-mile ultramarathon, at the Chain O’ Lakes State Park in Albion on April 21 to benefit the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center, which offers services that respond to the concerns of child abuse.
“His determination as a runner mirrors his passion in ensuring the children in Northern Kentucky are safe and protected,” NKYCAC Executive Director Vickie Henderson said. “NKYCAC has been truly blessed by Dr. Rob's commitment to our center and the work we do every day.”
In the April issue of NKY Family Magazine, on page 7, is an article on Dr. Robert Tagher and his goal to run 100 miles and raise funds for the Northern Kentucky Children's Advocacy Center and raise awareness regarding child abuse. April is the National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
After serving the Community Foundation of Northern Kentucky and its predecessor organization for more than 16 years as president and board chair, Charlene Erler has turned over the gavel to Steve Crawford, who is a long time board member and previously served as treasurer of the board.
April is National Child Abuse Awareness Month and the Northern Kentucky Children's Advocacy Center has joined other organizations across the nation by adopting the pinwheel as the symbol for Child Abuse Awareness Month in April. Help us to raise awareness that child abuse is a serious and prevalent public health problem in Northern Kentucky and children have a right to grow up in safe and loving homes!
Please join us in planting a "Garden of Pinwheel" demonstrating your support of children in your community and your commitment for all children to grow up safe and free from violence. You can purchase a Garden Kit for $50, which includes 25 colorful pinwheels and a yard sign noting that the pinwheels represent reports of suspected child abuse in your county, or you can purchase pinwheels for $1.00 each to show your support. Please call the center at 859-442-3200 to order.