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York County Children's Advocacy Center
South Queen Street
York, PA

(717) 718-4253

York County Children's Advocacy Center - Donations


The York County Children's Advocacy Center relies on the generosity of individuals, corporations, foundations, churches and community organizations to continue our work. Please consider making a donation that supports the reduction of trauma a child experiences through an investigation.

You can designate your donation to benefit a certain program we offer or allow us to use the donation in the area of greatest need.

Below are some ways to give (contributions are tax deductible according to IRS regulations):

  • Donate Securely Online via PayPal
  • Spanish Book Wish List
    purchase a book from our wish list. You can send the book to us at 28 South Queen Street York, PA 17043.
  • Cash Gifts
    provide immediate help for programs, services and equipment. Gifts can be made with cash or personal check. You can send your check, made payable to YCCAC, to 28 South Queen Street, York, PA 17403.
  • In-Kind Gifts
    contributions of products or services that are beneficial to the organization, such as printing services, food for an event, door prize items, etc., are always appreciated.
  • Memorial/Honor Gifts
    are a way to honor the memory of a special person or to acknowledge someone or an occasion, like a birthday or anniversary
  • Gifts of Securities or Other Assets
    appreciated securities, real estate, art works, jewelry or other assets can be sold or invested for the long-term benefit of the organization.
  • Planned Gifts
    special tax incentives are available for donors who make a planned gift. This can be done simply through a bequest or another type of vehicle, like a gift annuity, charitable trust, life insurance or pooled income fund. These gifts may offer a number of advantages, which include: income for life or a term of years to a donor and/or other beneficiary, such as a spouse or other family member; reduction of the donor's tax obligations as a result of a charitable income tax deduction; help to "unlock" income from highly appreciated, but low-yielding property, without incurring any capital gains tax; and save estate and gift taxes.

Thank you for your support!