Wish List

  • Bottle Water
  • Paper towels
  • Batteries
  • Garbage bags
  • Forever stamps
  • Monetary donations
  • Snacks (Goldfish, animal crackers, granola bars, crackers and cheese, string cheese
  • Gift cards for needed supplies for the families (McDonalds, Hungry Hobo, Subway, Hy-Vee, Wal-Mart, Shell, Amoco, Menards, Lowes


Believe in the Brave Breakfast - Buy Tickets

Tuesday, April 23rd 2024 7:00am -9:00am 
The University Club, 1526 5th ave Moline, IL

Keynote speaker is Kevin Mulcahy
Kevin Mulcahy is a survivor of child sexual abuse. He spent over twenty years as an Assistant U.S. Attorney. Throughout his career, he prosecuted a variety of cases, including offenses involving firearms, drugs, bank robberies, threats, and terrorism. But most of his caseload focused on child exploitation crimes, including production of CSAM cases, traveler cases, and other significant crimes against children. Kevin now works in private practice in Detroit and serves on the board of directors of his local CAC. Kevin obtained his undergraduate degree in Statistics and American Culture from the University of Michigan and his JD from Santa Clara School of Law, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Santa Clara Law Review. 

This presentation will recount the presenter's own story of sexual exploitation at the hands of his soccer coach, Randy. But, it will not be merely a retelling of the past. Instead, the presentation will address lessons learned from his case by combining Kevin’s experience both as a victim and a long-time prosecutor of child exploitation cases.

Buy Tickets or text Believe24 to 76278

Thank you to our sponsors for the Believe in the Brave Breakfast 

Diamond Sponsor - University Club
University Club
Platinum Sponsor - Quad City Bank and Trust
Quad City Back and Trust
Silver Sponsors - IMEG - Moline Municipal Credit Union - Modern Woodmen - ORA
IMEG Modern Woodmen Moline Municipal Credit Union ORA
Bronze Sponsors - Electro Freeze - Twisted Mics
 electro freeze twisted mics


How to report Abuse

If your suspect a child is being abused, call the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) at 1-800-252-2873.