Help Local Children and Families This GivingTuesday, Nov. 30

Help Local Children and Families This GivingTuesday, Nov. 30

November 16, 2021

Antelope Valley Residents Encouraged to Participate in Global Day of Giving

Citizens around the world will generously support nonprofit organizations on GivingTuesday, which occurs on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving each year. The Children’s Center of the Antelope Valley (CCAV) is encouraging local residents to keep their contributions right here in the local community.

“There are a lot of unmet needs this time of year among AV residents, especially children,” said CCAV Executive Director Sue Page. “You can make a difference by supporting locally based organizations that provide vital programs and services to our own children and families.”

As one such local organization, CCAV is trying to reach a single-day goal of $10,000 this GivingTuesday. For more than 30 years, CCAV has focused on addressing the effects of child abuse while simultaneously working to prevent it. It was founded by concerned citizens who wanted a community-based solution to a growing problem. CCAV continues that vision today and has been recognized as a fiscally transparent organization that judiciously manages donor contributions. Today, 92 cents of every dollar donated goes directly to helping local residents overcome trauma and other barriers to building a healthy future.

To support the Children’s Center this GivingTuesday, visit ccav.org or text CCAV to 26989.

About GivingTuesday The Tuesday following Thanksgiving was designated GivingTuesday in 2012 based on the simple idea of encouraging people to do good. It has grown into a global generosity movement. Last year more than $2.74 billion was donated to charities in the U.S. alone on GivingTuesday.

Five staff members holding GivingTuesday sign

About the Children’s Center of the Antelope Valley

Founded in 1988, the Children’s Center of the Antelope Valley (CCAV) is a nonprofit organization that provides a continuum of services aimed at breaking the cycle of trauma. This includes preventing abuse as well as caring for the needs of child victims of abuse and their families. The center offers comprehensive prevention, intervention, and treatment services. CCAV also serves as the lead agency in coordinating the resources of multiple community-based organizations to ensure clients have access to a broad range of support. For more information, visit ccav.org.

CONTACT:

Media Relations
661-949-1206
give@childrenscenterav.org

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