How to Get Involved With Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center

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Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center
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A Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center (DCAC) volunteer, Sean Delph is currently employed with Delcom Group LP in Lewisville, Texas. As senior account manager and director of sales, Sean Delph finds time to give back to his community through DCAC.

There are several ways to get involved with DCAC, and the center relies on the help of community members. DCAC advocates can host a Lunch and Learn at their home or office, or organize a privately guided tour of DCAC for family, friends, or colleagues. Advocates can also sell raffle tickets or assist the Back to School Campaign by coordinating a school uniform drive. DCAC organizes Holiday of Hope, where advocates can sponsor a child or organize a toy drive. There is also the possibility of serving as a committee member for one of DCAC’s many events.

Becoming an advocate can be as simple as following and sharing DCAC’s social media posts on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, or wearing blue on April 8th and 24th to honor National Child Abuse Prevention Month.

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