FINANCIAL INFORMATION and HISTORY
Our Thirty-Eighth Year of Service
1984 - 2022
Fiscal 2020 - 21 ANNUAL REPORT
This Annual Report is our opportunity to provide the public and our contributors with an accounting of the program activities and financial condition of the National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence and its American Campaign for Prevention of Child Abuse and Family Violence each year.
Five hundred children die annually from abuse and at least half of all child abuse fatalities are children under one year of age. Domestic violence will occur at least once in two-thirds of all marriages or partnerships. One out of every twenty older Americans are victims of elder abuse but only one out of ten cases of elder abuse get reported.
The American Campaign for Prevention of Child Abuse and Family Violence continues to experience a significant expansion in its outreach through the media and through the Internet in response to victims, families, students, churches, libraries, schools, and civic groups.
NCCAFV also continues to provide training and technical assistance to agencies each year in the United States and internationally in preventing child abuse, spouse/partner abuse and elder abuse.
The American Campaign receives generous financial support through gifts and bequests from individuals, foundations and corporate donors, and through the America’s Charities Federation, the Combined Federal Campaign and private sector corporate workplace campaigns. No grant support is sought or received from any government source.
On behalf of the Board of Directors, our thanks to all whose interest, voluntary efforts and financial donations help NCCAFV and its American Prevention Campaign make a difference for so many of America’s hurting families -- children, women, men, and the elderly.
Contributions to the National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence (NCCAFV) and its American Prevention Campaign are income tax deductible to the extent provided by law. The Internal Revenue Service has determined that NCCAFV is exempt from Federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Federal Exempt ID#95-4356014.
NCCAFV’s American Campaign for Prevention of Child Abuse and Family Violence is affiliated with the America’s Charities Federation and is listed (#10361) in the Combined Federal Campaign and in private sector corporate workplace campaigns of Benevity and Network for Good.
NCCAFV was audited by Reitberger, Pollekoff & Goldman, P.C., Certified Public Accountants. The complete audit is available upon written request. The IRS Form 990 is available at www.guidestar.org or by request to email@example.com.
NCCAFV is a non-governmental organization with sole financial support from private individual and group donations, foundation funding, corporation workplace campaigns and the U.S. federal employee's Combined Federal Campaign (CFC).
Financial Information Summary
INCOME =100% FROM Individuals and Foundations & in Private Sector Corporate & CFC Workplace Campaigns.
EXPENSE= 95% TO PROGRAM SERVICES (Family Violence Direct Services)
5% TO SUPPORT SERVICES (Management and Fund Raising)
Donations of any size are encouraged and appreciated.
American Campaign for Prevention of Child Abuse and Family Violence dba NCCAFV
P.O. Box 5222
Arlington, VA 22205
Beginning in 1984 and until 1995, when the federal government began funding a hotline, NCCAFV provided a toll-free National Family Violence HelpLine (800) 222-2000, directed by NCCAFV's then Vice President and current NCCAFV Chair who was the founding Director (1982-83) of the National Child Abuse Hotline (1-800-4-A-Child). The National Family Violence HelpLine provided referral assistance to domestic violence victims and others seeking information related to child abuse, spouse/partner abuse and elder abuse.
In 1985, NCCAFV formed the National Alliance On Family Violence (NAFV), a network of organizations and professionals concerned about family violence.
From 1985 until 2010, NCCAFV served in a leadership role in the development of the International Forum for Child Welfare (IFCW), a Swiss International Non-Governmental Organization (INGO).
In 1986, NCCAFV launched its first national public awareness campaign with a television spot featuring Oprah Winfrey.
In 1989, NCCAFV's then president, Alan Davis, chaired the founding meetings in Finland of the Geneva based International Forum for Child Welfare (IFCW) and was elected its first president at the founding General Assembly, serving from 1989 thru 1992.
From 1991 to 2016, NCCAFV's current Chair served as president of the Child Welfare Fund International, (CWFI) during which NCCAFV served also as CWFI's Secretariat.
In 1991 and 1992, NCCAFV organized and hosted IFCW's 4th annual WorldForum (September 1992) on the beautiful Monterey Peninsula of California in the USA.
Since 1992, NCCAFV has conducted its AMERICAN CAMPAIGN FOR PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE & FAMILY VIOLENCE through print, radio and television awareness campaigns with its roster of celebrities including Larry Gatlin, Oprah Winfrey, Peter Falk, Barbara Mandrell, Billy Ray Cyrus and Lou Rawls. The Campaign published a series of information booklets entitled Facts About Child Abuse & Neglect, Facts About Domestic Violence and Facts About Family Violence. The information in these booklets is now available on this website.
From 1992 thru 1994, NCCAFV's current Chair, Mary-Ellen Rood, served on the Geneva based IFCW Executive Committee.
In 1993, the American Campaign's poster series "Children Should Be Seen And Not Hurt" and "Stop Family Violence" was presented the International Award for Excellence In Media On Behalf Of Children in Cambridge, England at IFCW's WorldForum 93 where Diana, Princess of Wales addressed the WorldForum delegates from around the world..
NCCAFV prepared the 1995 draft Report to the U.S. Congress on Family Violence under contract to the Federal Government's Administration for Children and Families in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
From 1996 to 1998, NCCAFV's then President, Alan Davis served on the International Steering Committee and co-chaired the Program Committee of the first World Conference on Family Violence which convened September 1998 in Singapore.
From 1998 to 2018, NCCAFV served as the Secretariat for the International Network on Family Violence (INFV) which was formed in Singapore.
In 2002, NCCAFV's then President, Alan Davis chaired the program committee for IFCW's 13th annual WorldForum in Honolulu, Hawaii.
From 2001 to 2003, NCCAFV (as INFV's secretariat) organized the Second World Congress on Family Violence (WCFV) held in June 2003 in Prague, Czech Republic.
In 2009-2010, NCCAFV's then President, Alan Davis served on the Steering Committee for IFCW's 21st annual WorldForum in New York City and again in 2016 for IFCW's 25th WorldForum in Santa Fe, NM.
From 2011 thru 2021, NCCAFV has continually expanded the "reach" and effectiveness annually of its services, prevention programs and activities through the generosity of individual contributors in social media, in private sector annual corporate workplace campaigns and in the U.S. Federal Government employee's annual Combined Federal Campaign (CFC).
Due to the 2020-22 Coronavirus pandemic's closure of all offices in Washington, DC and a need to adapt financially, NCCAFV consolidated its operation after 36 years in DC by relocating nearby to Arlington,VA as of August 2020.
As a nongovernmental private sector 501(c)(3) nonprofit volunteer organization, NCCAFV and the American Prevention Campaign policy is to not solicit or receive federal, state or local government grants or contracts for its programs or services in order to preserve its founding mission of independent volunteer service to children and families throughout their lifespan.
Our thanks for the generous support 1) of individual government employees, including our U.S. military service men and women, donating through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), and 2) of individual employees in the private sector donating through Corporate Workplace Campaigns in, and often matched by the following corporations, foundations, organizations and associations:
American Automobile Association's National Office America's Charities
American Psychological Assoc.
Bank of America
Booz Allen Hamilton
Boston Scientific Corporation
Cardinal Health Group
CNA Insurance Company
DISCOVER Financial Services
Fannie Mae Corporation
Girls and Boys Town
Give Kids The World
Gold Strike Casino
HQ Business Centers
Inova Health Systems
International Dairy Foods
J.P. Morgan Chase
Liberty Mutual Insurance
NCB Nat'l Cooperative Bank
Nat'l Pharmaceutical Council
Pacific Gas & Electric
Penn for People
Plasmanet Free Lotto
Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy
Proctor & Gamble
Sallie Mae Samsung
The Aerospace Corp
Trident Entertainment Group
William Penn Life Insurance