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Category: Special Guests

Why I Give To MCAP: Ralph McKinney

Posted in: News | Special Guests | Uncategorized
Date: April 29, 2019

With MCAP’s 11th annual Run For The Hill Of It 5-mile USATF-certified race and family event coming up on July 27th in Fairmount Park, we took some time to talk with Ralph McKinney for our last Why I Give To MCAP blog post during National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Ralph, 74, has been Run(ning) For The Hill Of It for […]

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Why I Give To MCAP: Michael Haines

Posted in: Education and Advocacy | News | Special Guests
Date: April 15, 2019

As a small nonprofit organization, MCAP simply could not do our work to end and prevent child abuse without our donors. So on Mondays in April – National Child Abuse Prevention Month – we celebrate our donors! And hear from them in their own words Why I Give To MCAP. […]

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Why I Give To MCAP: Dwight Crawford

Posted in: Special Guests
Date: April 7, 2019

For our National Child Abuse Prevention Month campaign this April, we are taking some time to celebrate our donors. As a small nonprofit organization, MCAP simply could not do our work to end and prevent child abuse without them. For the remaining Mondays of April, we will hear from different […]

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This #GivingTuesday, please support our life-saving work.

Posted in: Notes from Mary | Special Guests | Stories of Impact
Date: November 26, 2018

It’s #GivingTuesday, that day of the year when we ask you to help MCAP in our mission to end and prevent child abuse and neglect in Montgomery County. This year, Sarah Klein, MCAP’s 2018 honoree at our Salute to Heroes Dinner Dance & Auction and newest board member, is helping […]

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From Our Director: Welcome to MCAP’s new blog!

Posted in: Advocates | Education and Advocacy | News | Notes from Mary | Special Guests | Stories of Impact
Date: September 7, 2018

Over the last year MCAP has been using social media more than ever. We posted and shared on Facebook, revved up our Tweeting game, and even did a couple of Facebook Lives! Social media is so important for a small, budget-conscious nonprofit like MCAP. It extends our reach far beyond […]

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