Child Abuse Prevention starts with you, me and American SPCC

During a time of upheaval and hardships for families across the country, children need our support more than ever.

Last year, an estimated 618,000 children were found to be victims of child abuse or neglect nationwide.

By ensuring that parents have the knowledge, skills, and tools they need, we can help promote children’s well-being and prevent childhood adversity at the source.

Each week more than 32,000 caregivers turn to our Parenting Resource Center for hope and guidance. We are dedicated to providing the most up-to-date evidence-based resources to support them on their journey, and this is where we need your help.

By helping us reach our $5,000 fundraising goal

during National Child Abuse Prevention Month, you will directly support our mission to provide always-free, always-reliable, always-accessible parenting resources and support.
All children deserve to grow up in safe, supportive environments. This National Child Abuse Prevention Month, let’s continue to uplift parents and caregivers so that together we can end cycles of generational trauma, prevent child abuse, and help build a brighter future for everyone.

Child Abuse Stats

Each statistic represents a human life. Change is necessary and together we will end child abuse.

 

%

Child abuse victims are neglected

%

Of cases parents are the abuser

Sexual Abuse cases reported

4.4 Million

Child Abuse Cases

 

7.5 Million

Children Affected

 

5 Children Die

Every day from child abuse

 

Make an Impact

Spread the word to your friends & family on social media

Make a donation to help our ongoing life-saving efforts

Get educated on child abuse prevention & breaking the cycle

Spread the word to your friends & family on social media

Make a donation to help our ongoing life-saving efforts

Get educated on child abuse prevention & breaking the cycle

Life Saving Resources

 Immediate Support

If you or your child is in danger,
support is available.

Prevention

Proactive education is the key
to long-term prevention.