Victims of violent crime often feel shattered, insecure and isolated from
others. Even adults have difficulty processing through the pain of that
experience. When a child becomes a victim of violent crime, the
psychological aftermath can be devastating.
Angels minister to those who need it most, without being seen. Angels are
felt. Feeling the presence of an angel can be all a child needs, especially
a child who has survived sexual or physical abuse. You can be that angel.
We are not asking for money. We are not asking for your name and address. We
are not asking for more than one minute of your time. We are asking that you
take that one minute and provide a message of encouragement to a child
survivor of sexual or physical abuse who may be feeling completely alone.
Your message of encouragement will be given to child victims at the
Children’s Advocacy Center of Hamilton County (CACHC). Our hope is that
whenever a child victim feels overwhelmed, ashamed or totally crushed, your
words of encouragement will show them that they are not alone. That they
have done nothing wrong. That the good people in Hamilton County choose to
side with them. That there are 5000 Angels in their corner, reaching out to
them with encouragement and support.
Leaving your email address is optional, but it would help the children to
know that there are at least 5000 Angels who are willing to stay connected
to the mission of helping them and kids just like them. If you leave your
email address, you will receive a thank you email, an occasional CACHC update and, perhaps, a thank you from a child or their family member. Your email address will not be
provided to anyone outside of the Children's Advocacy Center. Of course, if
you wish to provide a message of encouragement without leaving your email
address, please do so. Our goal is simply to have 5000 Angels from our
community, all communicating words of encouragement to those who need it
most. Please take that minute.
Please be an Angel.