Dear Friend, 

In 2020 everything changed.
We stayed home, it became more difficult to see children, courts closed, visitations ended. But CAC continued to put children first. 
Our incredible volunteers found creative ways to "see" our children. We dropped off a favorite food, remotely read bedtime stories, tutored, delivered school computers and materials, spoke to teachers and therapists. We did lots of FaceTime and we called, called, called. As
courts have begun to re-open, we continue to submit written reports, and advocate to judges in virtual hearings for our children's best interests. We're committed to serving children with heart and dedication.
Now CAC needs your help.
Your support is greatly appreciated and will help off-set the significant income lost due to cancelation of CAC's 2020 Love Luncheon.
Thank you for your ongoing generosity.

Michael Friedland
Board President

Stacey G. Sobel, Esq.
Executive Director

"I have been in foster care since middle school. In three years, I have been in three different foster homes. My mom struggles with drugs and my dad is incarcerated. 
But Meg is here to help. Meg is our CAC volunteer advocate. She is funny and cares. Every time I switched homes, Meg stuck with me."

Child Advocates of SW Connecticut transforms the lives of vulnerable children by providing trained and supervised one-on-one volunteer advocates in the community and the courtroom

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