Partners

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Our Partners

Brady Harrison

My family’s foster care experience started when we opened up our home and hearts to fostering a baby boy. I was so inspired by The Center for the Rights of Abused Children’s mission, I worked with my employer to raise donations as part of our annual giving campaign and National Adoption Month.

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Mike & Cindy Watts

We share the vision of The Center for the Rights of Abused Children that every child deserves to be safe and loved. Every donor dollar we match means The Center for the Rights of Abused Children is saving more lives.

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Carrie Tynan, Adolph Coors Foundation

I am proud to serve on the board of The Center for the Rights of Abused Children. The Center for the Rights of Abused Children is the gold standard for impact giving.

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American Refrigeration Supplies, Inc.

American Refrigeration Supplies, Inc. and the Kitchell Foundation raised over $30,000 for abused children during their Annual Founder’s Week. Plus, employee volunteers made 200 cards of hope and collected 400 toys and items for children.

Sponsorships

  • Community celebrations: The Center for the Rights of Abused Children can be the official charity for grand openings, anniversaries, and more.
  • Sponsorships: Are you planning an event? Make us your charitable partner!
  • Matching Grants: Double donor impact when you match their donation dollar-for-dollar.
  • Have another idea? Let us develop a custom proposal that’s right for you.
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FUN-draisers

  • Do you own a restaurant, store or other business? “Round-up” to collect donations at the register.
  • Ask your favorite fitness instructor to host a class for The Center for the Rights of Abused Children donations.
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Workplace Giving

  • Include The Center for the Rights of Abused Children in your employee giving match program.
  • Consider The Center for the Rights of Abused Children annual workplace giving campaign.
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Alex
All he needed was someone in his corner:
Alex thrives despite early trauma.

The Center for the Rights of Abused Children’s work in Arizona has become a blueprint for change across the country.

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