Children's Advocacy Center reconginzes partnerships
The Children's Advocacy Center thanked organizations that contribute to their program.
They recognized their partnership with LULAC and AT&T.
Both organizations have provided computers for kids in the program.
The Advocacy Center has seen an increase in child abuse reports this year.
Because of this, they say they need to increase their services to the community.
Sylvia Bruni, Children's Advocacy Center: “If it was not for them we will not be able to do what we do for children, given the economic times and the down turn."
Gene Moreno, Vice President AT&T: "This is a necessary program. We wish that there were no need for this program. But is a reality of the world we live in today."
If you know of a child who has been the victim of abuse, you can contact the Children's Advocacy Center at 712-1840.