It's a RIGHT for a child to be safe
NOT a privilege!
Thank you to everyone that attended our 1st Annual Crab Feed Fundraiser on March 25,2023- everyone had a great time and we are already planning for our 2nd!
Every year, we will focus on a topic that our youth face, and this year, we honored 5 victims we have on our site that were murdered from Domestic Violence: Nikha, Chloe, Desiree, Nicole, Shannon.
We know these precious women are only a few of the many that lose their lives to someone who supposedly loved them.
Losing a loved one to Domestic Violence (alongside human trafficking, sexual assault, child sexual abuse and the other topics we spread awareness on) is WAY TOO COMMON.
Let us all come together to fix that from here on out....
It is our hope that you learn something that you can pass on to others'....you never know who's life you've saved....LITERALLY.....
In Loving Memory and Honor to Those Who Lost Their Lives
to Domestic Violence
For anonymous, confidential help available 24/7, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE) or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY) now
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The goal of the National Center for Child Safety and Awareness
THE MISSION: END CHILDHOOD ABUSE
Online donations accepted through Venmo using the button below.
Checks can also be mailed to our address below
The NCCSA is actively looking for volunteers and those looking to help spread the word.
Please follow us on social media or send us a message on how to get involved.
The NCCSA's goal is to be proactive, not reactive to child abuse by Giving parents and children the tools to prevent and spot the signs of possible abuse.
The NCCSA has worked with more than 500,000 children and parents nationwide since October 2000 and continues to increase those numbers each month.
NCCSA assemblies utilize role-playing, floor chats, and various hands-on exercises that are fun, positive, and easy to learn for kids. Our safety assemblies are conducted with the participation of children and adults.
All safety assemblies are positive, fun, and educational, but never frightening. We believe that children learn more quickly and easily in an environment free from pressure and apprehension.