The Ginormous Climb to fight child abuse
The Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County (CAC) has a challenge for you: will you step up for young heroes fighting back against abuse and violence by taking the stairs all the way to the top of 200 Clarendon (New England's tallest building, formerly known as the John Hancock Tower) at the Ginormous Climb on April 1, 2017?
Get started on your Ginormous Climb and register today! Rally the support of family, friends and colleagues to help you reach your goal. Along the way, you’ll be helping kids feel safe, cope with trauma, seek justice and heal.
Get inspired for April 1 with the Ginormous Climb video
Relive the excitement with participant videos
Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County
At the Children’s Advocacy Center of Suffolk County, we see heroes every day.
Each year, over 1,500 children are referred to the CAC to talk about abuse and violence in their lives. Their courage is heroic and they inspire all of us.
By climbing 60 floors (over 1,200 steps!) to the top of 200 Clarendon on Saturday, April 1, 2017, you can be a hero, too! Your journey will begin with the challenge of raising awareness of child abuse, neglect and violence when you ask family, friends and colleagues to sponsor your Climb. The funds you help raise will support the young heroes that visit the CAC and their families on their journey of healing.
Watch this video to step inside the CAC
Learn more about our programs and services at the CAC Website
A Climber’s Story
Sara has accepted the challenge of reaching the top again on April 1st. Read her inspiring story that she shared with the 103.3 FM AMP Radio Morning Show before last year’s Climb.
A GINORMOUS thank you to our 2017 Partners!