Please Support Us

There are several ways to become involved with the Children’s Advocacy Center of Hamilton County. You can make a donation and/or volunteer!


“Money is a person’s personal energy reduced to portable form. It can go where you cannot go; lift burdens you cannot touch with your fingers; save lives with which you cannot deal directly.” – Harry Emerson Fosdick

You can make a contribution to the Children’s Advocacy Center of Hamilton County in several ways:

  • Make a donation to the Children Are Cherished (CAC) Annual Fund.
  • Become a Corporate Sponsor and receive benefits for your business. 
  • Include the Center in your estate planning.
  • Contact us about the items on our annual wish list.
  • Attend one of our fundraising events.
  • Hold a fundraising event to benefit the CACHC.

For more information about how you can give, see details below or contact Every gift helps us provide help, hope, and healing to the children we serve.


CACHC is currently accepting special event volunteers. For more information visit the Volunteer Tab.


The CACHC believes in mentoring the next generation of advocates. Currently we accept Interns twice a year, once in the Spring and once in Fall. There is a required eight hour course for all who would like to intern and an interviewing process. For more information visit the Intern Tab.

Host a Special Event

The Children’s Advocacy Center of Hamilton County has four annual fundraising events: “A Song for the Children” concert, “Aces” casino night, “One with Courage” awards dinner, and the “Out Run Abuse” 5k. We also have several generous individuals and organizations that coordinate fundraisers on our behalf. Some of these events occur in April, which is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. 

These fundraising events are an important way community members can support the CACHC in our work to provide help, hope, and healing. Our events make our community more aware of our mission and service. When more are aware of the problem of child abuse, more can be done to keep our children safe.

To learn more about One with Courage, watch this video.