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220 Children, And Counting
November 17, 2014
Iris Sunshine, Executive Director
2014 has been a busy and satisfying year at the Children’s Law Center. Thanks to our donors, we overcame the challenges losing a state grant. I am pleased to report that this grant has been renewed for the next two years. I invite you to view the full Annual Report on our newly redesigned website.
Our legal staff, pro bono attorneys, and WFU law students participating in the Child Advocacy Clinic have helped 220 children this year, and many more will be provided a voice in the coming months. Each child has his or her own story, sadness, and potential.
Guilford County Family Justice Center (GCFJC) has invited CLC to become a partner in a new program that brings together a full range of Domestic Violence services, similar to Forsyth County’s Safe on Seven. Thanks to your support, CLC’s attorneys will put our skills and experience to work on behalf of children in Guilford County next spring.
I have been inspired by the many one-on-one conversations I have had this year with our supporters. It’s clear that our community understands the urgency of our work to ensure that every child in this generation has a safe home.
During this season of thanksgiving, I invite you to speak up for children whose well-being is forgotten in their strife-filled homes. Help us give every child a voice in court by making an end-of-year gift to the Children’s Law Center.