Wynona's House Child Advocacy Center invites you to our First Annual Charity Golf Outing, benefiting Essex County children served by Wynona's House. We are raising the necessary funds to provide a strong community response to child abuse and providing meals and facility renovations to ensure a child-friendly and safe environment for our children and their families. This event will feature many fun contests, including closest to the pin shots, long drive holes, and a 50/50 raffle. In addition, after golf, there will be great raffle prizes and a fantastic BBQ Lunch!

Last year, like much of the nation, we were forced to pivot. COVID-19 ravaged our families and disconnected us from the community and schools, both of which we rely heavily upon to report abuse and neglect. The need for the services of Wynona's House was great, and they went beyond abuse and neglect. In 2020, we managed to supply food from our pantry, presents, and meals during the holidays while remaining true to our hope, healing, and justice mission.

As we plan for this event, we ask that you join us in supporting the mission of Wynona's House by sponsoring the golf outing or underwriting a portion of the event.  Your support is greatly appreciated and sorely needed. Our families need us, and we need you. Help build a brighter future for the youth of Essex County!

Thank you for considering this opportunity to increase awareness and help child victims in need.  Every dollar we raise allows us to continue to provide desperately needed services for children and their families in crisis.

Gale Britton, Board President

 

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The mission of Wynona's House is to promote justice and healing of child victims of abuse and violence by coordinating investigative, prosecutorial, treatment, and prevention services.

 
The vision of Wynona's House is create an community where children are safe, families, are strong, and victims become children again, by:

  • Reducing the number of times a child is interviewed during the investigation phase to a single interview conducted by a specially trained interviewer in a child-friendly environment;
  • Increasing successful prosecution through improved evidence collection, victim-witness advocacy, and partnerships with municipal law enforcement;
  • Promoting the research and development of innovative evidence-based behavioral health treatments for children and families;
  • Strengthening the safety net for children through community outreach, education, and prevention efforts.

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