What is the Child Protection Network?
The Child Protection Network (CPN) is a volunteer-driven 501(c)3 organization established in August of 1990 by the McLean County State’s Attorney, along with a grassroots group of community leaders. CPN’s focus is to providing financial resources that support the treatment and prevention of child abuse and neglect.
The Child Protection Network's mission is to provide financial resources that support the treatment and prevention of child abuse and neglect.
To advocate for every child who suffers child abuse and neglect.
o We believe every child has the right to grow up free from abuse.
o We believe any child who is abused has the right to legal advocacy.
o We believe fulfilling our mission serves the greater good of the entire community.
The Child Protection Network’s Leadership Team:
Director of Development-Samantha Stevenson
Terry Lindberg, President
Steve Lobb, Vice President
Greg Spencer, Treasurer
Judy Donze, Secretary
Catherine Porter, Development Chair
Megan Hillman, Administrative Assistant
Tristan N. Bullington
Don Knapp - State’s Attorney
Erika Reynolds - State’s Attorney Assistant
Brent Wick - McLean County Sherriff’s Office
Daniel Norris - DCFS
Molly Evans - Director of The Child Advocacy Center
MaryPat Frugo - Anderson - Director of CASA of McLean County
Development Committee Members: