Our work would not be possible without the generous individuals and organizations who provide vital support to our efforts. Here are a few ways to get involved with the Children's Advocacy Project (CAP).
Due to the sensitive nature and confidentiality related to these cases, we do not provide volunteer opportunities working directly with children. However, we greatly appreciate volunteers willing to work in other capacities.
CAP hosts annual fundraisers and participates in a variety of community events each year. Follow us on Facebook for up-to-date information about our upcoming events!
Come see our child-friendly facility! We would love to show you around and give you and understanding of the impact the Children's Advocacy Project has on children and families healing from abuse. Contact Ashley Lundblade to schedule a tour.
Learn how a gift to the Children's Advocacy Project can be an investment in the lives of the children we serve. All of the services provided at CAP are at no cost to our clients. We rely on private donations for a large part of our funds to provide our services. Learn more about making financial contributions.
Stay in Touch
Subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter and follow us on Facebook to stay up to date with what is happening at CAP!
The Children's Advocacy Project has been specially trained to teach adults how to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child abuse and child sexual abuse. Learn more about scheduling a training course for your organization or group by calling 307-232-0159.
As adults, it is our responsibility to protect children. Knowledge is power, visit our resource center to learn how you can help prevent, recognize and respond to abuse.