Category Archives: In the News

The Allstate Foundation recently donated a $1,000

The Allstate Foundation recently donated a $1,000 Helping Hands in the Community grant to the Child Advocacy Center in honor of Allstate agent Mark Maynor. The award recognized Maynor’s volunteer service with the Child Advocacy Center as a positive force … Continue reading

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Staff at Lafayette Baptist Church recently completed the Stewards of Children®

Staff at Lafayette Baptist Church recently completed the Stewards of Children® child sexual abuse prevention training provided by the Child Advocacy Center and completed all of the requirements to receive the Partner in Prevention Seal. Requirements include training at least 90% of … Continue reading

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Community Child Abuse Prevention Plan!

The Child Advocacy Center is a proud member of  The Team known as SOAR which stands for – Strengthening Families, Provide Optimal Child Development, And Reduce Child Abuse and Neglect.   Learn more about  the FIRST in NC Community Child Abuse Prevention Plan!  

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Pinwheel Masquerade Ball Committee Celebrates Success

The Pinwheel Masquerade Ball & Auction Committee recently celebrated the ball’s success by presenting a ceremonial check to the Child Advocacy Center representing the net proceeds of $43,715. Pictured (L-R) front row: CAC Board member Tim Edwards; CAC Volunteer & Prevention … Continue reading

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Partner in Prevention LEADERSHIP Award

Faith Boehmer, Volunteer & Prevention Coordinator at the Child Advocacy Center, has received the national Partner in Prevention Leadership Award from Darkness to Light. Darkness to Light is a non-profit organization committed to empowering adults to prevent child sexual abuse. … Continue reading

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Fayetteville’s Ultimate Lip Sync Showdown is a Success!

Fayetteville’s Ultimate Lip Sync Showdown Committee recently presented a ceremonial check to the Child Advocacy Center representing the net proceeds of $40,741 from the inaugural fundraising event held on March 25. Pictured in the front row are Julia Adkins, Committee … Continue reading

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Pinwheels Will Be Popping Up All Over!

April Child Abuse Prevention Month – 10,000 Pinwheeels This Year (Fayetteville, NC) Spring has sprung; flowers are blooming; and pinwheels are popping up all over! Gardens of bright blue pinwheels are being “planted” in locations around Cumberland County in honor … Continue reading

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CAC’s New Board Members 2017

The Child Advocacy is pleased to announce the following people have joined the Board of Directors starting January 1, 2017.

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Soldier hung 4-year-old upside down until ‘red stuff’ came out of her nose

From fayobserver.com June 16, 2016 “Court documents reveal that a soldier charged in May with fracturing the skull of his infant son also assaulted his 4-year-old stepdaughter multiple times. The court documents also explain in detail the circumstances surrounding the … Continue reading

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Beth Keever, Cumberland County’s first female judge, retires

Posted by Fayobserver.com: Tuesday, December 9, 2014 10:57 pm | Updated: 6:34 am, Wed Dec 10, 2014. Beth Keever, Cumberland County’s first female judge, retires By Nathan Hardin Staff writer

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