Georgetown TX Charity Sporting Clays Child Abuse Victim Fundraiser Launched

The Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center has launched a Justice4Children charity sporting clays event on September 18, 2020. The event will be held at the Gattis Family Ranch, near Georgetown, Texas with the aim of raising money for child abuse victims.

Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center have announced a charity sporting clays event in support of Justice4Children. The event will be staged at the Gattis Family Ranch on September 18, 2020 at Georgetown, Texas starting at 9.00am. This popular annual event is devoted entirely to raising funds for the support of vulnerable children in the community.

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Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center exist to bring hope, healing, and justice to children in the local community who are victims of abuse. They provide a caring first stop for Williamson County children who are suspected victims of abuse and neglect or who have witnessed a violent crime.

The Center brings together the agencies responsible for investigating and prosecuting abuse, ensuring fewer repeat interviews for the victim, a stronger investigation, and a higher rate of prosecution.

The Justice4Children charity clay pigeon event is being organized by a dedicated volunteer committee. Tiffany Sturman, Director of Community Engagement, leads the committee and can be contacted by phone at 512 943 3716. She has a number of sponsorship opportunities available for this popular annual event.

These include Title Sponsor at $10,000, 12 Gauge sponsor at $5,000, 20 gauge station sponsor at $2,500, Goodie Bag sponsor at $1,500. Champions for Law Enforcement sponsorship packages are also available for just $1,000. Individual shooters can participate at $250 while teams of four are $800.

The Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center provides a united, multidisciplinary response to allegations of child abuse and ensures all child victims get the services and support they need under one roof.

When a Williamson County child is identified as a potential victim, they are brought to the Center by law enforcement or Child Protective Services. They work with partners agencies and support services to walk each child and their non-offending family members through the process of reporting their abuse and give them access to the numerous support services.

The Center offers a full breadth of family advocacy, mental health counseling and outreach training with multidisciplinary team co-ordination between the WCCAC, 14 law enforcement agencies, Child Protective Services, and prosecutors.

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