The Madison County Child Advocacy Center (CAC) provides professional intervention and supportive services to fight child abuse. Most importantly, the CAC provides a safe haven for children to talk about the physical or sexual abuse they may have experienced and to help in limiting the number of times a child has to be interviewed. Before the CAC opened, a child who was a victim or witnessed a violent crime would often be interviewed by 8 to 12 different people before the case went to trial. Because of the CAC, abused children no longer have to endure such a strenuous interviewing process and authorities are better able to prosecute abuse cases.
Join our amazing CAC team! Help us grow, connect and spread our mission in the community! We are hiring a Communication, Marketing and Fund Development Coordinator!
The Communication and Fund Development Coordinator is responsible for maximizing financial support, community awareness and communication of the Center through a comprehensive fund development plan to include community outreach, donor acquisition and cultivation, communication, fundraising, and grant writing. The Communication and Fund Development Coordinator functions as an extended part of the multi-disciplinary team to provide a professional and child friendly environment to assist in the investigation of child sexual abuse and serious physical abuse.
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The mission of the Madison County Child Advocacy Center is to provide a professional and child-friendly environment to assist in the investigation of allegations of child abuse, provide access to services and treatment for victims and their families and raise awareness within the community.
Madison County Child Advocacy Center
101 E. Edwardsville Road
Wood River, IL 62095
Phone: (618) 296-5390
Fax: (618) 296-5380
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