WOOD RIVER — The Madison County Child Advocacy Center (CAC) has announced Claire Cooper as their new development specialist.
Cooper, an Eastern Illinois University graduate, will oversee donor development, event management and agency public relations.
Cooper comes to the Child Advocacy Center with a strong background in working with mission-based nonprofit organizations. As an active member of the Riverbend community, Cooper serves on the Board of Directors at Wellspring Resources and the Friends of Lucy Haskell Playhouse Association Committee.
Child Advocacy Center Executive Director Carrie Cohan said she is excited about their new staff addition.
“We are happy to have someone with Claire’s skills here at the CAC,” Cohan said. “We are looking forward to the future.”
The Mission of the Madison County Child Advocacy Center is to provide a professional and child-friendly environment to assist in the investigation of allegations of child abuse, and to provide access to services and treatment for victims and their families and raise awareness about child abuse prevention.
For information, visit www.madco-cac.org or call (618) 296-5390.