Great Impact - Low Overhead - And a Little Help from you to Complete Our Mission

Tamara Allen Alice Richardson

Alonzo Alston Bita Shaghaghi

Joe Germinaro Linda Smith

Karl Graham Richard Stewart

Tracee Kirkland Sandy Tolliver

Michelle Moses

crisis Needing your help

"The welfare of children across Pennsylvania took a downward turn last year, according to a report from the state Department of Human Services.

Reports of child abuse

Statewide, 4,203 children were abused - nearly half of them sexually - over a one-year period, according to the agency's 2015 Annual Child Protective Services Report. In total, 34 child deaths were confirmed as having been related to abuse.

The tally - which reflects the number of substantiated child abuse cases - represents a 25 percent increase over a one-year period. Forty-seven percent of the substantiated cases involved child sexual abuse.

State officials logged 40,590 cases of suspected reports, an increase of 11,317 from 2014. The substantiation rate (the percentage of reports in which abuse was confirmed) dropped from 11.4 percent to 10.4 percent.


Substantiated Reports

Among the findings of the report:

•4,203 reports of suspected child abuse were substantiated - 863 more than in 2014.

•1,960 substantiated reports involved sexual abuse.

abuse higher for children of A single parent

•Seven reports of suspected student abuse were included in the reports.

•Some children were involved in more than one incident of abuse.

•61 percent of child victims - or 2,558 - were girls; 39 percent were boys.

•Instances of child abuse was highest for children living with a single parent."

Caring Partnerships

Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church

Pittsburgh Cares

United Way

Dollar Energy

Marine Toys for Tots


Tickets for Kids

PGH. Taco Truck


Caring Annual Sponsors

Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield


Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

American Beverage Corporation

Townsend Press

Eat'n Park

Special Events

Jefferson Award $1,000 

Monolah Engineers $1,000

Penn State Heinz Endowment $7,400

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans $3,250

Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church $1,250

Board and Private Donors $3,072.67

2013: Total Revenue $12,022.67

2013: Total Expenses $11,955.48

2014: Total Revenue $8,877.00

2014: Total Expenses $8,686.97

Small Grants/Sponsorships

Highmark $2,000; Allegheny County $2750;

UPMC $1,000; Alcosan $900; YMCA $500

Penn State Heinz Endowment $1,400.00

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans $ $3,750.00

Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church $1,250.00

Board and Private Donors $

2015: Total Revenue $11,434.75

2015: Total Expenses $11,376.16

2016: Total Revenue $ $23,335.53

2016 Total Expenses $23,289.00

Community $800.00




Minimized Overhead Without Sacrificing Productivity

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Outreach Ministry

Our church is financially committed to outreach and has contributed $1,500 a years to help cover expenses to keep children in need warm through the cold winter-months.


Our low-income communities contributed nearly $800 to help children purchase coats, backpacks and school supplies.

9 Total Volunteer Staff Members

11 Total Board Members

Our Volunteer Board Members are focused visionaries and are committed to the time and financial obligations it takes to fulfill their responsibilities.Ouolunteer Board Members are focused visionaries and are committed to the time a

Thank you for supporting NCM Special Events!

"I'm continuously encouraged by the commitment and unselfish support that our organization receives to help make our communities a safer and healthier place for children. 

98% of your donation goes to our mission's goal to provide coats, books and school supplies, toys recreation and other needs for less fortunate children throughout Greater Pittsburgh to help keep them warm through the cold-winter months, boost their self-esteem and to help them achieve academic success.  2% covers fundraising expenses. NO donated dollars goes toward salaries or manpower expenses.

Please visit our Facebook page to read the full demonstration of the breadth and reach of our community impact."








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