Everyday Heroes Public Awareness Campaign

YOU can be a hero in the life of a child

Due to the ongoing pandemic, we have made the decision to cancel all in person events for Spring 2021. However, there is still an opportunity for you to help support our mission. We will be launching the Everyday Heroes public awareness campaign in April. The campaign will run through June and have a fundraising component that includes sponsorship opportunities ranging from $20,000 to $250. It is our hope that you will provide a financial contribution that is meaningful to you and your organization as we work together to help children in the aftermath of abuse.

The past year has been challenging for our staff and partners, as well as the children and families we serve. We have adapted and changed protocols to keep everyone safe so we may continue to provide forensic interviews, medical exams, advocacy support and mental health therapy – all at no cost to children and their families. While it was relatively easy for us to adapt to the new normal the pandemic forced on us – the same cannot be said for children in our community, many of whom have been forced to stay home without access to solace from their abuse.

Staying true to our mission, to protect and heal children, unite key partners, and engage the community to end child abuse – we hope to educate the community that it takes courage to be a hero and each and every one of us can be a hero in the life of a child.

Become a Sponsor.
Find a sponsorship level that fits into your budget and become a hero to children in need.

Watch our 15th anniversary video.
This video highlights the impact Pat’s Place has played in supporting children who have experienced abuse in Mecklenburg County.

Make a financial contribution. 
Your continued financial support makes it possible for us to provide hope and healing to every child who needs us.



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