Parental Alienation Syndrome, PAS, Child Abuse, Divorce, Family Law Reform, Custody, Shared Parenting, Shared Custody, Child Abduction, Advocacy, child support, grandparent rights, children rights, fathers rights, mothers rights, Access, Visitation
This Child advocacy Site has been established to provide a National Resource for all groups in Canada who are advocating for a child's right not to be abused, manipulated, alienated, or denied the emotional and physical contact or support from their fathers or mothers. To provide information to other Canadian advocacy groups, grandparents, fathers, children, mothers, and non-custodial parent on custody, divorce, child abuse, shared parenting, visitation, access, family law, child support, parental alienation syndrome, family law reform, children rights, counseling, and child abduction, To hold, lawyers, judges, politicians, and persons in authority accountable for allowing the rights of Canadian Children and Parent's to be ignored because of ignorance or political pressure. Working with and uniting all Canadian children's and Parent advocacy groups by eliminating divisionary politics and reform of the divorce law in Canada to provide shared parenting and access / visitation by non-custodial parent, fathers, and grandparents.
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Funding & Donations
We are a Canadian National non-profit organization that doesn't receive any government funding. Our executive and our members work extremely hard with individuals and Regional Canadian Groups in Canada. We are all volunteers. We have a lot of expenses for an Office, Telephone, Court Preparation, Literature, Meeting rooms, Travel expenses, Court advocacy, etc.
We Urgently Need Your Financial Assistance . We need to cover personal expenses of our executives, paper, travel expenses, postage, telephone bills, etc.
Remember: as a Canadian National Group we charge no membership fees. All donations are needed.
PCAC has played an important part in making changes in Canada. We co-ordinate demonstrations across Canada with other Canadian advocacy groups. We have made the national news on networks many times. Our president and various members of our executive have appeared on numerous TV shows and Newspapers from the East Coast to the West Coast of Canada.
Our demonstrations have made the front page. We have had news coverage and been quoted or referred to in countless National and Local newspaper articles.
We need the financial support of all men, women and grandparents in Canada that want to stop the injustices in the court system continuing against themselves and their Children.
Please send you contributions to:
Parent & Child Advocacy Coalition
3064-B Meyer Road
Prince George, BC
Phone Number (250)-962-2821
Checks can be made out to Parent & Child Advocacy Coalition Society
For more information regarding Donations Contact PCAC Treasurer
Unfortunately, contributions are not tax deductible
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