Financial support continues for local CAC

Martha Sparks msparks@civitasmedia.com

October 16, 2013

October has brought financial support from two new Foundations to the local Logan County Child Advocacy Center.

Brickstreet Foundation and the West Virginia State Bar Foundation both contributed $2,500 to help underwrite the cost of providing a trained forensic interviewer on staff to assist child victims of abuse crimes. These donations joined Cliffs Energy’s $3,000 donation for general support all received in the last 30 days.

“It is wonderful to have a group of ‘angels’ around,” Bob Noone, LCCAC Board President, said. “While the government may ‘shut down’ — our clients don’t have the luxury of shutting down their abusers without help from places and people like Logan CAC.”

The Logan County Child Advocacy Center is a nonprofit corporation and is listed as a West Virginia charity. All donations are tax deductible and larger contributions qualify for state income tax credits.

For more information about the Center visit www.logancountycac.webs.com.