This week alone, two Tuscaloosa County children were killed at the hands of people who were entrusted with their care.

One of the major concerns in dealing with the isolation brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic is the number of individuals who are now forced to spend periods of time with their abusers.

While organizations like Child Abuse Prevention Services work in school systems to teach methods of identifying and preventing child abuse, the current inability to infiltrate school settings places aides and workers in a difficult position. However, the work must continue, which means the funds must be raised.

The Child Abuse Prevention Services of Tuscaloosa 2020 Night Golf Tournament will be held at Tall Pines Golf Course on Friday, August 7. Early registration takes place on Friday, July 31. The cost is $125.00 per player.

Sponsors include Crawford Insurance, Global Tax, Michael McComb AllState Agency, Michele Coley AllState Agency, Reggae Flava Restaurant, South’s Finest Meats, SmartBank, Tuscaloosa Association of Realtors, Tuscaloosa Office Products, Carlock of Tuscaloosa, the Law Offices of Attorney Al Jones & Associates, Michael J. Upton Attorney at Law, Buffalo Rock and Townsquare Media.  Each of these businesses have contributed toward the cause of eradicating child abuse in Tuscaloosa.

The beauty in a golf tournament is that social distancing may be practiced, and those who play will have the opportunity to enjoy a game they love while meeting new people who are taking a stand in the same cause.

For more information, contact Child Abuse Prevention Services at (205) 758-1159 or visit online at capstuscaloosa.com.

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