Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness Martin Kruze Memorial Fund

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Record #: MKM0726 Last Modified: 07 Jul 2014 Last Full Update: 07 Jul 2014
Record Details
Alternate NameCCAA
Areas ServedYork Region
Address & Map
1151 Gorham St, Unit 9
Newmarket, ON L3Y 8Y1
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Office Phone905-967-0687
Toll Free Phone1-800-379-8858
DescriptionThe Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness, for the prevention of child abuse and adult victimization. CCAA was established in 1993 to assist Canadians affected by the life-long trauma of abuse—and to educate the public about the detrimental role abuse plays in our society. A national registered charity, CCAA is powered by a committed group of staff and volunteers driven to combat abuse through our series of programs, special events, sponsored activities and public awareness campaigns. Whether it's fulfilling a child's dream wish, developing abuse prevention programs or lobbying government for legislative change—CCAA is working to protect us all from the trauma of abuse. Also offers Victims services; awareness and prevention programs. Assists agencies upgrade their interview rooms. Provides bears for police and agencies to give to children in trauma.
DatesYear round
AccessibilityPartially Accessible - Entrance for wheelchairs
FundingDonations ; Tax Receipts will be automatically generated for private personal donations of $20 or more. All other tax receipts can be issued upon request, please call 905-967-0687 ext. 231 for further details. All tax receipts will be issued approximately 6 to 8 weeks following the donation. Corporations requesting a tax receipt will need to call the office or indicate upon making the donation that you would like to receive a tax receipt. All product donations that require a tax receipt must have a fair market value appraisal certificate unless it is warehouse clearance items, we are only able to issue a tax receipt for the cost of the product, not the full retail value.  
There are several ways you can make a donation...  
Online: You may make a donation online using a credit card by visiting our web site.  
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SubjectsAbuse ; Adults ; Child abuse ; Elder abuse ; Woman abuse