Make a tax deductible donation to the NACC!
The NACC is the nation's only charity dedicated specifically to enhancing legal representation in child welfare and juvenile cases. Child abuse and juvenile cases are handled in the court system, an adversarial process dependent upon quality legal representation. Neither federal, state, nor local governments insure that children and families are well represented. Parties to court proceedings who are not represented do not do well. Imagine yourself in court without legal counsel. Even well educated adults cannot speak for themselves in our court system. Now imagine you are an abused and frightened child about to enter a courtroom where the outcome may literally be a matter of life and death. The NACC helps to provide a voice to voiceless children. We are over 2000 lawyers (and court involved physicians, therapists, social workers, and lay advocates) who have dedicated our professional lives to legal advocacy for children.
If you prefer to make your donation/pledge by phone, please call us at 1-888-828-NACC.
If you'd like to mail in your contribution, please make your check payable to the NACC at:
National Association of Counsel for Children
13123 E. 16th Avenue, B390
NACC MasterCard Credit Card with WorldPoints Rewards
We're pleased to present the National Association of Counsel for Children Platinum Plus MasterCard credit card with WorldPoints from Bank of America. This is a no annual fee card that generates a contribution with every purchase you make. Support quality representation of children and families with every swipe of your card.
To request your NACC Platinum Plus card, please call 1-866-438-6262 and refer to code - UAA3U3.
The NACC's General donation fund supports training programs, technical support for its members, and public services like the resource center and referral program.
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Every day, the NACC strives to protect the rights and meet the needs of children and families in the child welfare system. One of the ways we do this is by filing or participating in amicus briefs around the country in cases that raise important issues concerning children and families. Help support our work.