What a difference a

CAC volunteer advocate

can make!
Click on the video below

to watch

Garth's Story

Inspiring Compassion

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Transforming Lives

JOIN CHILD ADVOCATES OF CONNECTICUT

AS WE HONOR 65 COMPASSIONATE VOLUNTEER ADVOCATES

WHO TRANSFORM THE LIVES OF VULNERABLE CHILDREN

Nancy Anderson

Adele Aquila

Mara Arzi

Wendy Baker

Jeannie Ballentine

Bruce Berger

Millicent Bezanson

Kathryn Biehl

April Book

Eilene Brostoff

Lindy Camel

Tanya Clemons

Catherine Davis

Lindsay DelCampo

Trish DePhillips

Junko Donovan

Amanda Doyle

Allison Feuer

Mari Flicker

Lisa Friedland

Hank Green

Carissa Gulyas

Laura Hallett

Heidi Hammer

Amy Harned

Laura Heneghan

Myra Hess

Rachel Horan

Heather Kirkpatrick

Elliott Landon

Amy Levantin

Lauri Levitt

Sarah Lewis

Anne Liebergall

Evelyn Lynch

Mary Pat Maretz

Wendy Melnick

Arthur Mintzer

Laura More

Suzan Murphy

Robert Noonan

Megan Pryor

Nancy Rebold

Maureen Roach

Janet Rubel

Constanze Scheidl

Patti Spindel

Patricia Squires

Jodie Stanley

Donna Steinberg

Ricki Stern

Susan Stern

Ruthie Strother

Michelle Titlebaum

Jody Truwit

Sheri Warshaw

Kelly Weldon

Gail Wolff

Mary-Jane Wood

Lauren Zirn

Cindy Zuckerbrod

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Honor a

Volunteer!

Honor a volunteer

by making a donation to CAC in their name, so they can continue to advocate for the best interests of children 

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Give Kudos!

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Give kudos to CAC volunteers by posting photos or messages of recognition and appreciation on our KUDOBOARD

Your Gift that Gives will help ensure that at-risk children have a caring, consistent adult by their side.

CAC is determined that every vulnerable child has a volunteer who is there for them, and will advocate for their needs and best interests.

Each year, nearly 10,000 Connecticut children experience abuse or neglect and many enter the child protection court and foster care systems.
At-risk children frequently face physical, psychological and/or emotional trauma and uncertainty. All this chaos and inconsistency has long-term effects.

But having a caring, consistent adult - someone who listens, checks in and puts a child’s best interests
before all others’-
like a CAC volunteer advocate - can make all the difference.

With your support, we can do so much more.