On March 28, I’ll be climbing the stairs of the Hancock Building in Boston, all 60 flights to help Paul & Theo Epstein’s Team Foundation to be Named Later, raise much needed funds for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Suffolk County.

Is there anything more important than protecting young people?

The Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) unites public, private and community partners to promote safety, healing and justice for child victims and their families. They work with police, prosecutors, social workers, advocates, medical and mental health professionals to provide the services abused children and their families need.

I’ve seen personally how abuse can devastate a child, physically, emotionally and mentally. When children are harmed, it stays with them for the rest of their lives. Any group, which can help address this situation as early in the life of a child as possible, deserves our support.

So despite my relative inactivity due to the snow mountains in my neighborhood, I’m gearing to climb all 60 flights until I reach the top of the Hancock.

Will you help me? Any donation, no matter how large or small, is greatly appreciated.  To help my efforts, please visit the Ginormous Climb donation page.  Every dollar counts.

Help me help the kids.

For more information, visit The Children’s Advocacy Center of Suffolk County online

For more information on all the great work Brookline’s Paul and Theo are doing through their foundation, visit The Foundation to be Named Later online.

R. Harvey Bravman, Publisher