Child abuse and neglect cause immeasurable harm and pain. We cannot change what has happened, but we can change what will – by speaking up, and standing up, together.



Join an enthusiastic group of volunteers and contribute your skills to the movement to end child abuse and neglect, and HAVE FUN! 

Walk with Us

Spread awareness about child abuse and neglect, raise funds for research and prevention, and unite your voice with others- all while enjoying a relaxing a walk in a beautiful place. Sign up to receive notifications when walk registration becomes available. 


Coming Soon! Connect with an extensive audience while supporting the mission to end child abuse and neglect in the United States. Sign up to be notified when sponsorship opportunities become available.

Dallas, TX: September 25, 2021

Denver, CO: September 26, 2021

Columbus, OH: October 2, 2021

Los Angeles, CA: October 3, 2021

The National Foundation to End Child Abuse and Neglect (EndCAN) and Breaking Silence are proud to co-present the Walk Together to End Child Abuse and Neglect. Join us in the national movement to ignite much-needed change and move the needle on this issue that impacts millions.

Why Walk? Why Donate?

We’re walking to end child abuse and ensure no one feels alone or lost on their journey of healing. Today is about community, raising our voices and creating a path forward, together. 

Impact of Funds Raised: 

Funds raised by EndCAN events will be allocated to the following areas aimed at ending child abuse and neglect in the United States: research, prevention, education, and advocacy. EndCAN will focus on advocating for child abuse-related policy reform, enhancing federal funding support, strengthening opportunities for collaboration within the field and between co-morbidity groups, and ensuring resources are provided to all those impacted by child abuse regardless of socioeconomic status. EndCAN will use funding to allocate grants to: 

  • Research dedicated to better understanding child abuse as a mental, physical, and public health issue 
  • Existing programs and service providers aimed at supporting survivors 
  • Programs focused on the prevention of child abuse and neglect  
  • Educational opportunities aimed at effectuating cultural change 



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