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Why Donate to the NACC?
The NACC is dedicated to the proposition that children, parents and families deserve quality, well-resourced legal representation to protect their rights and advance their interests. Child welfare, juvenile justice, and custody law systems have broad and sometimes coercive authority over the private lives of family members. Society has a rightful interest in protecting vulnerable children, maintaining the peace, and resolving disputes within families. In our adversarial legal system, though, that interest must be balanced by expert and zealous advocacy for children and parents. Family-serving legal systems perform better when the rights and interests of every party are recognized, respected, and realized.
Your tax-deductible, charitable contribution to the NACC enables us to advocate for your work as a professional and for the rights and interests of your clients. We are the only national nonprofit organization dedicated solely to improving and advancing justice through legal representation for vulnerable children and families. We are lean and efficient in our operations, so your contribution to our General Fund or Amicus Fund will quickly be put to good use and make a difference for children and families.
Want to Make an Offline Donation?
If you prefer to make your donation by phone, please call us at 1-888-828-6222.
You can also mail us a check payable to the NACC at:
National Association of Counsel for Children
13123 E. 16th Avenue, B390
Aurora, CO 80045
General Fund » Donate OnlineYour donation to the NACC General Fund helps us continue to offer high-quality training to child welfare attorneys and caseworkers; certify lawyers through our ABA-accredited certification program; provide support and resources to the lawyers, doctors, social workers, therapists, and educators that make up our membership; and serve as a voice in the creation of new laws and policies that raise the quality of representation for parties in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.
Amicus Fund » Donate OnlineEvery day, the NACC strives to protect the rights of children and families in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. One of the ways we do this is by filing or participating in amicus curiae, or “friend of the court,” briefs in cases around the country that raise important issues concerning children and families. By contributing to the NACC Amicus Fund you’re directly supporting our efforts in this area of the law.
8/24/2015 » 8/27/2015
38th National Child Welfare, Juvenile, and Family Law Conference