National Council On Child Abuse and Family Violence

1984 - 2014

Our Thirtieth Year of Service

2013 ANNUAL REPORT

 

Financial Information | Financial Information Summary | Historical Highlights

This Annual Report is our opportunity to provide the public and our contributors with an accounting of the program activities and financial condition of the National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence and the American Campaign for Prevention of Child Abuse and Family Violence that it leads each year.

Five hundred children die each year from abuse and at least half of all child abuse fatalities are children under one year of age. Domestic violence will occur at least once in two-thirds of all marriages. One out of every twenty older Americans are victims of elder abuse but only one out of ten cases of elder abuse get reported.

The American Campaign for Prevention of Child Abuse and Family Violence continues to experience a significant expansion in its outreach through the media and through the Internet in response to victims, families, students, churches, libraries, schools, and civic groups.

NCCAFV also continues to provide training and technical assistance to agencies each year in the United States and internationally in preventing child abuse, spouse/partner abuse and elder abuse.

The American Campaign receives generous financial support through gifts and bequests from individuals, foundations and corporate donors, and through the America’s Charities Federation, the Combined Federal Campaign and private sector corporate workplace campaigns.  No grant support is sought or received from any government source.

On behalf of the Board of Directors, our thanks to all whose interest, voluntary efforts and financial donations help NCCAFV and its American Prevention Campaign make a difference for so many of America’s hurting families -- children, women, men, and the elderly.

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 Financial Information

Contributions to the National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence (NCCAFV) and its American Prevention Campaign are income tax deductible to the extent provided by law. The Internal Revenue Service has determined that NCCAFV is exempt from Federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Federal Exempt ID#95-4356014.

NCCAFV’s American Campaign for Prevention of Child Abuse and Family Violence is affiliated with the America’s Charities Federation and is listed (#10361) in the Combined Federal Campaign and in private sector corporate workplace campaigns.

NCCAFV is audited by Reitberger, Pollekoff & Kozak, P.C., Certified Public Accountants. The complete audit is available upon written request. The IRS Form 990 is available at www.guidestar.org or by request to info@nccafv.org.

NCCAFV is a non-governmental organization with its sole financial support from non-governmental sources, individual and group donations, foundations and corporations.

Financial Information Summary

INCOME = 100%  From Individual Donations in the CFC and from the Private Sector
EXPENSE= PROGRAM SERVICES = 91.8%
SUPPORT SERVICES = 8.2%                           (Fund Raising & Management)

Donations of any size are welcome and encouraged.

NCCAFV, 1025 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 1012, Washington, DC 20036

Phone (202) 429-6695, Fax (202) 521-3479  Email: info@nccafv.org 

Our thanks for the generous support 1) of individual government employees, including our U.S. military service men and women, donating through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), and 2) of individual employees in the private sector donating through Corporate Workplace Campaigns in, and often matched by, the following corporations, foundations, organizations and associations: 

AARP  *  Allstate  *  American Airlines  *  American Express

American Automobile Association's National Office

American Psychological Association  *  Ameriprise Financial  *  AMS  Avon Products  *  AT&T 

Bank of America  *  Banner Life  *  Bearing Point  *  Bingham Dana LLP 

Bloomingdales  *  Blue Waters Foundation Booz Allen  Boston Scientific Corporation 

Cardinal Health Group   *   Clorox  CNA Insurance Co.  Consumers Union  Costco 

David Evans and Associates, Inc.  Dell  DISCOVER Financial Services   *  Dynamics Research Corp

Edison International  *  EDS   *  Enterprise Leasing  Fannie Mae Corp.  Fidelity Investments  FINRA 

Gannett    *  Giant Foods  *  Gillette  Girls and Boys Town  Give Kids The World  Gold Strike Casino GXS

Harrisburg Housing Authority    Harrah's  *  Hewlett-Packard  HQ Business Centers  Honeywell 

IBM  *  Iberdrola Renewable  IDA  *  InfoSoft Group  International Dairy Foods

J.P. Morgan Chase  *  Kaiser Permanente  Lockheed Martin  *  Loral Skynet  Louisiana Pacific

Macy's  McGraw Hill  *  McKee Nelson LLP  McKesson  Microsoft  *  MITRE  Mobil 

Moe Greenberg Foundation  Morgan Stanley  Mostyn Foundation  NASD  *  National Cooperative Bank 

National Instruments   National Pharmaceutical Council  Pacific Telesis  *  Pacific Gas & Electric

Penn for People  *  Pitney Bowes   Plasmanet   *  Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy  *    Proctor & Gamble Cosmetics

Progressive Insurance  Prudential Insurance  Sallie Mae   Samsung   Sears  Siemens 

SRA Group  * Taylor Family Foundation  Tellabs  Town of Herndon, VA  Trident Entertainment Group  Tyco 

United Airlines  United Healthcare  United Way *  University of Richmond   USA Today  UWBA 

Wal-Mart Stores  WAMU  Washington Gas  Washington Mutual  Wells Fargo  William Penn Life Insurance  *  Yahoo

 

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Historical Highlights

 

 1984

NCCAFV Founded

Now in its 30th year of service to victims of child abuse and family violence, NCCAFV was founded in 1984 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation governed by an unpaid, volunteer Board of Directors.

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1984 - 1998 

National Family Violence HelpLine

For fourteen years, from 1984 until 1998, NCCAFV’s toll-free National Family Violence HelpLine provided prevention information to the public on child abuse, spouse/partner abuse and elder abuse, and referral assistance to victims who telephoned from all fifty states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The HelpLine operated twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week until it was supplanted by the Federal Government's funding of a National Domestic Violence Hotline.

Over the years, well-known entertainment personalities contributed valuable HelpLine public service messages which were aired on radio/television networks and stations throughout the nation each year, increasing awareness of this crucial toll-free service to the public.

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1985

NCCAFV Organizes 

National Alliance on Family Violence (NAFV)

Under NCCAFV’s leadership, more than thirty national organizations established the National Alliance on Family Violence (NAFV) as a collaborative effort to coordinate joint projects and activities around critical issues of intergenerational violence. Participants included ACTION for Child Protection, American Association for Protecting Children, American Psychological Association, Cities in Schools, General Federation of Women’s Clubs, National Center on Missing and Exploited Children, Police Executive Research Forum, American Bar Association’s National Legal Resource Center for Child Advocacy and Protection, American Association of Retired Persons and the Military Family Resource Center.

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1986 

 Oprah Winfrey's Television Spot Launches NCCAFV’s First National Awareness Campaign

NCCAFV launched its first national family violence prevention awareness media campaign with a television spot by Oprah Winfrey. The campaign introduced the expanded services of the National HelpLine and resulted in a dramatic increase in calls from family violence victims and from the general public. Ms. Winfrey’s voluntary contribution was key to the inaugural media campaign’s success.

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1985-2014

NCCAFV Leads in the Formation of the 

International Forum for Child Welfare (IFCW)

Beginning in 1985, NCCAFV served in the leadership role, along with Sir Leslie Kirkley of Great Britain, in founding the International Forum for Child Welfare (IFCW), a Swiss international nongovernmental organization (INGO) with official consultative status with the United Nations, UNICEF and UNESCO.

NCCAFV’s president, Alan Davis was chairman of the IFCW’s founding meetings in 1989 and served as IFCW’s first president for a three year term (1989-1992).  In this role, he organized and directed the annual WorldForum in Cologne, Germany (90), in Venice, Italy (91), and in Monterey, California - USA (92).

The IFCW’s annual WORLDFORUM has annually brought together CEO’s of child welfare organizations for a world summit on child welfare -- in Haikko, Finland (89), Cologne, Germany (90), Venice, Italy (91), Monterey, California (USA) (92), Cambridge, England (93), Madras, India (94), San Jose, Costa Rica (95), Montreal, Canada (96), Faro, Portugal (97), Manila, Philippines (98), Helsinki, Finland (99), Sydney, Australia (2000), Limerick, Ireland (2001), Honolulu, Hawaii - USA (2002), Cape Town, South Africa (2003), Buenos Aires, Argentina (2004), Tallinn, Estonia (2005), Vancouver, British Columbia - Canada (2006), New Delhi, India (2007), Cardiff, Wales (2008), Jakarta, Indonesia (2009), New York City (2010), Melbourne, Australia (2011), Naples, Italy (2012).

NCCAFV was the host organizer of WorldForum '92 that convened on the Monterey Peninsula at Asilomar in Pacific Grove, California in the USA.

In 2002, NCCAFV organized IFCW members in the USA to co-sponsor WorldForum 2002 in Honolulu with the host organization, Consuelo Foundation.

In 2010, NCCAFV served on the Steering Committee of WorldForum 2010  held in New York City on 8-11 November.

 

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1993-94

NCCAFV Prepares Official Report to
U.S. Congress on Family Violence

NCCAFV prepared the draft Report to the Congress of the United States on Family Violence under a contract with the Federal Government’s Administration for Children and Families in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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1993-98 

American Prevention Campaign's

Booklet Series in Wide Distribution

NCCAFV’s American Prevention Campaign series of four information booklets have been widely distributed throughout the United States in schools, churches, civic groups and libraries. The booklets were in the public domain to encourage duplication and wider distribution. The information from these booklets is now available on this website for use by the public.  Attribution to NCCAFV and/or its America Campaign is requested.  Thank you.

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1992 - 2000

International Award Winning Posters of
American Campaign Promote National HelpLine

In 1993 a series of four American Prevention Campaign posters won the International Award for Excellence in Media on Behalf of Children in an international competition at the IFCW WorldForum in Cambridge, England. Thousands of posters bearing the themes: Children Should Be Seen and Not Hurt and Stop Family Violence.

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1992-2014 

Celebrities Support American Campaign for Prevention of Child Abuse & Family Violence

Beginning in 1992, NCCAFV launched its new, expanded prevention program: the American Campaign for Prevention of Child Abuse and Family Violence. The Honorary Campaign Chairman, Larry Gatlin is joined by Billy Ray Cyrus, the late Peter Falk, Barbara Mandrell, and the late Lou Rawls. They each volunteered time and talent to print, radio and/or television public service messages and to serve on NCCAFV’s American Campaign National Council.

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1998 - 2014

International Network on Family Violence 
Formed with NCCAFV as Secretariat

In 2003, NCCAFV organized and conducted the World Congress on Family Violence in Prague, Czech Republic, an initiative stemming from the first World Conference on Family Violence that was convened in Singapore in September,1998 where the delegates formed the International Network on Family Violence (INFV) with NCCAFV as its Secretariat.

NCCAFV is a member of the International Forum for Child Welfare (IFCW), the International Network on Family Violence (INFV), the National Alliance on Family Violence (NAFV),  and the National Committee for Prevention of Elder Abuse (NCPEA). 

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NCCAFV’s commitment is to assist victims of child abuse, spouse/partner abuse and elder abuse and to prevent family violence through public awareness, education and innovative program development by capacity building local, community-based organizations throughout the United States.

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Updated 06 October 2014
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