Thank you all for your continued support!

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 BIG NEWS!

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Check out the article about us in the Plano Star:

http://www.scntx.com/articles/2012/11/26/plano_star-courier/news/7883.txt

Read All About it!!

Great new solutions for the centers we support!

Contact us to see how you can Help!

DCAC has new email solution (free), migration complete and successful, they can now check their email on their mobile devices as well as the traditional way.

Just this past week we delivered a wonderful new tool for support in the form of a new Service Desk tool (also at no charge to our customer)- they are now able to open new technology requests or report issues by calling in a leaving a voicemail, via text message, via email or with our new on-line portal; all of these methods automatically generates both a ticket and acknowledgement email for the customer. We are busy, busy, busy finding new, creative ways to help support these centers. Come get involved, help us in our fight against child abuse, call or text 817-521-6957 or email us @ techvolunteer@techvolunteer.net.

 

Our Mission:

tech Volunteer, free IT for Child Advocacy Centers.

To become the IT department for Child Advocacy centers; bridging the gap in their technology needs at no cost. 

We help protect children from abuse by becoming a leading voice for awareness through service. To provide opportunity for professions to use their talents in support of organizations that provides services for abused children and their families.  Services such as but not limited to technology support and advancing knowledge and awareness. This cost avoidance allows the organizations we support to focus their assets and strengths to further their mission.

 

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Stats:

60% of sexual assaults are not reported to the police.
15 out of 16 rapist will never spend a day in jail.
44% of victims are under age 18