12 Days of Giving Day 7: Matt King Chose Our Kids Center In Nashville
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12 Days of Giving Day 7: Matt King Chose Our Kids Center In Nashville

12 Days of Giving Day 7: Matt King Chose Our Kids Center In Nashville

My choice would the Our Kids Center in Nashville. Our Kids provides medical evaluations and counseling to victims of child sexual abuse in Nashville/Davidson County, as well as other counties in Middle Tennessee. I worked closely with the nurses, counselors, and staff at Our Kids during my time in law enforcement, and saw firsthand the desire that each one of them has to helping the victims of child sexual abuse and their families. The Center not only provides both acute and follow-up evaluations, treatment, and counseling, but also works closely with law enforcement in the investigation and prosecution of child sexual abuse offenses. The unfortunate reality is that there is a need for such services, and as long as that need exists, I cannot think of a more worthy cause to support. Make a donation to Our Kids Center in Nashville.

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