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Currently during the COVID-19 Pandemic we are unable to take physical, in-person donations.  If you'd like to continue to support our ongoing needs please visit our wish lists below, where items can be directly shipped to us.  Thank you!  We will update our donation policies asap.

Amazon Wish List - listed under Stacey Kostevicki's shopping lists, you can also shop for items you may need in your own home though AmazonSmile and choose GCKH as your preferred charity to receive funds based on your own purchases.

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Special Service Opportunities

  • Become a child abuse prevention educator
  • Support Child Abuse Prevention Month in April
  • Volunteer at much needed fundraising events
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  • Sponsor a program, service or event

 Event Sponsorship 

  • Chocolate Fest
  • Brunch & Bubbles
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News Articles

Bratt Couple Charged With Child Abuse After Young Girl Suffers Numerous Broken Bones

A Bratt couple is facing felony child abuse charges after an infant girl was airlifted to the hospital with numerous broken bones and injuries.


ECSO: Pensacola woman charged with child abuse after video shows her hitting 4-year-old

A Pensacola woman was charged with child abuse after she was caught on video hitting a 4-year-old girl in the face, according to authorities.

Jamiah Mosley, 20, was arrested Wednesday and booked into the Escambia County Jail with a $10,000 bond. County records indicate she was released from custody Thursday.


Report: Sexual predator molested young Pensacola girl since December 2018

PENSACOLA, Fla. -- A registered sexual predator is accused of molesting a young girl in Pensacola since Dec. 2018, according to a sheriff's report.

Robert Chase, 61, is charged with:

  • domestic violence lewd and lascivious molestation
  • domestic violence sexual battery on victim less than age 12 (three counts)

Escambia Man Gets Nearly 30 Years For Sexual Abuse Of Child

An Escambia County man will spend nearly three decades in prison for the sexual abuse of a child.


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