Campaigns and Goals

We believe ending child abuse requires both public and private partners. Each year, we rely on our supporters in the private sector, from our generous individual donors to corporate partners and foundations, to ensure we are able to offer the programming that child victims need to get on the path to healing, including being a strong voice at the state house and in our nation’s capital. These funds sustain programming and innovative initiatives such as our child abuse awareness and intervention training, “Recognizing and Responding to Child Abuse,” our annual conference for child abuse professionals, and our statewide training for child therapists. To that end, MACA depends on our individual donors, foundations and our partners in the private sector for nearly $30,000 in revenue. Their financial commitments, coupled with the conviction to eradicate child abuse, makes the Massachusetts Children’s Alliance a true public/private partnership.

If you would like to join our impressive group of private supporters, either by becoming an individual donor or a corporate partner, please contact our Executive Director, Tom at