TO END CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT IN OUR LIFETIME.
The National Foundation to End Child Abuse and Neglect is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to shifting the conversation around child abuse and neglect, by highlighting the long-term physical, mental, and public health impacts of abuse.
We know that ending child abuse and neglect neither begins nor ends with children. Everyone is a child at some point. How do you use your story? What is your impact?
Here at EndCAN, we are focused on change. We raise dollars and awareness, we connect and listen, and we give back and impact.
You don’t have to be a survivor of abuse to join our community. EndCAN strives to create an open collaborative atmosphere that involves families and working professionals alike who wish to see a better world.
We proudly offer volunteer and internship opportunities, walks and fundraiser events, networking and leadership roles, resources and discussion boards, and educational content in the form of podcasts, videos, lectures, and written content.
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How it all Began
EndCAN CEO Lori Poland was abducted from her front yard at three years old by a stranger who sexually abused her in the mountains and left her in an outhouse toilet, where she remained for 3 ½ days until being discovered by traveling bird watchers.
Lori has since dedicated her life to healing and helping others who have been affected by abuse. EndCAN was born In collaboration with co-founder and field research expert Dr. Richard Krugman of the Kempe Medical Center.
Together, we rise.
Learn more about EndCAN’s work by exploring our Impact Report.
Gifts to EndCAN, a 501(c)(3) organization (EIN # 82-3752131), are deductible to extent provided by law.
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