Memphis Child Advocacy Center
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One click, $5,000 for the kids served at the Memphis CAC!
We need your help to win $5,000 to support the kids we serve—and it just takes a minute! The First Tennessee Foundation is celebrating their 150th birthday with 150 Days of Giving. Every day, for 150 days starting, a nonprofit organization will win $5,000.
Here’s how you can help: Click on the link to the First Tennessee Foundation 150 Days of Giving page, scroll down to find the Memphis Child Advocacy Center. Vote for us. You can vote once every day PER DEVICE (computer, tablet, and phone).
Show your love for the kids we serve and go  to get started.
Five thousand dollars goes a long way in helping victimized kids find safety and healing. Thanks for your support! 


Raising Hair for Kids
On April 27, Memphis is going to experience a uniquely fabulous fundraiser for the kids at the Memphis Child Advocacy Center! Raising Hair is a fashion event being thrown by the salon community and coordinated by local stylist Terry Lesley—and you are invited! 
Leading salons will enter a model into a fashion show competition at Central Station (the location of the Downtown Farmer’s Market). Your $50 ticket buys you a fashionable food truck dinner and the privilege of voting on the winner of “The Biggest Hair Raiser of 2014." You’ll also enjoy Memphis music legends The Bouffants and Loveland Duren...and much more!

For more information and to see a list of sponsors, click here. To purchase tickets, click here. 


Help our community remember our highest priority

At noon on April 16, we gathered with community leaders and concerned citizens outside of City Hall to raise the Children’s Memorial Flag for children who have died as a result of abuse or neglect in the past 12 months. We seek to remember the children we’ve lost and to call for a broader involvement from our community. 

Speakers included Mayor Wharton, Mayor Luttrell, District Attorney General Amy Weirich, Rhynette Northcross Hurd, and CAC Executive Director Virginia Stallworth. April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
For more information, click here.