8th Annual Race to Protect Children

SCAN's Race to Protect Children has moved to this Fall!

Saturday, October 17th
Stony Point Fashion Park
$25 Registration  

Join us at Stony Point Fashion Park for the 8th Annual Race to Protect Children.
Our 5k Run/Walk has a new location and date.
Join us as we walk and run to help protect children within our community!
Click here to learn more!
CASA 25th Anniversary Volunteer Recognition Event 
Saturday, September 26th

Join us as we celebrate 25 years of the important work of CASA Volunteers.

To learn more about this celebration, contact Kristen Read
for more information: [email protected]

Amazing Raise
September 16 & 17

SCAN is participating in the two-day online giving event designed to elevate and celebrate the work of local nonprofits. In addition to providing SCAN with needed funds, your donation could qualify us for additional grant prizes.

We are aiming to win the Procrastinator's Prize, which gives $2,000 to the three organizations that receive the most donations of $25 or more from
4 - 6 pm, Thursday, September 17th.

Help SCAN raise funds for the Circle Preschool Program during the Amazing Raise!

Click here to save our donation page! 

Giving Through United Way

When you join a United Way campaign, you have the opportunity to choose how your contribution is spent-you can have your gift distributed for you or you can give your gift to a specific organization.

SCAN is eligible to receive donor designations through the United Way campaigns.

Our campaign codes are as follows:
  • United Way Campaign: #3343 (please also list SCAN)
  • Combined Federal Campaign (CFC): #82607
  • Local Government & Schools (LGS): #166
  • Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC): #3646

Thank You!   
Altria Companies Employee Community Fund (ACECF) for providing support for the Richmond CASA Program.

Alstom Power Employees for your donation to SCAN!
Richmond Flying Squirrels for your donation of tickets to SCAN staff and volunteers.

Vol. 57,  August 2015
BYP Member and CASA Volunteer Rachel Rosenberg 

Incoming SCAN Board of Young Professional's member Rachel Rosenberg is dedicated to helping children within her community. She is currently a Richmond CASA Volunteer and a member of SCAN's Board of Young Professionals.

As a CASA, Rachel advocates for the best interests of children who have been abused and/or or neglected in the City of Richmond. She is currently working with 3 siblings, and Rachel says the most rewarding experience so far has been the change she can see in the children each month. "I am now seeing them thrive in their foster home, and although we started with little conversation between us, we are now having meaningful conversations and building a relationship."

Richmond CASA is celebrating its 25th year, and has served over 10,000 children since their establishment in 1990. While there are many dedicated volunteers, CASA Volunteers are always needed. Currently, Richmond CASA has 105 children on the waiting list and counting.

Rachel became a CASA volunteer after moving to Richmond last year to get her PHD in Social Work at VCU. She plans to be a Federal Policy Analyst around Child Welfare issues. "I heard about CASA in Kentucky, and thought becoming a CASA volunteer would be a great opportunity to get involved within the Richmond community, while using my skills as a social worker," Rachel said.
To learn more about Richmond CASA, click here.

To learn more about SCAN's Board of Young Professionals, click here.

Join us for a night of fashion and fun at Franco's Fine Clothier
 to benefit SCAN!


Click here
to purchase your tickets!

Childhood Trauma Can Have Lasting Impact

"When you are looking at this child, instead of saying what is wrong with this child, you frame it as what does this child need." -SCAN Executive Director discusses Resilience Trumps ACEs.

Click here for the article.

RVA Rock'n Art Fest Live at the National!
September 5th
Doors open at 4pm

Come check out some great music and great artists while supporting two amazing RVA nonprofits, Beds For Kids and SCAN.

Click here for more information!


Abes for Babes is a grassroots campaign that is focused on engaging the community in the fight against child abuse and neglect with the simple mind set;

"Have a penny? Help a child."

SCAN is working with local businesses, schools and other organizations to collect pennies in support of SCAN's services.
You can join by having a collection jar in your office, business, church, home or other locations. SCAN staff and volunteers will collect and count all pennies.

If you would like to receive a jar to start collecting, please contact David at
[email protected] or 804-257-7226 x103.

Save the Date!


Saturday April 30, 2016



For more information, please contact Kristen

Read at [email protected] or
804-257-7226 x106. 


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