Affiliates can support our work in several ways:
- By providing supplementary products or services designed to advance our mission of creating safe ministry environments.
- By engaging with ECAP, ministry denominations and associations can encourage child safety and abuse prevention among their members.
Our goal is to build a network of organizations who are committed to promoting child protection and providing our members with tools for building and operating ministries that are safe for kids.
Your company or organization can partner with ECAP to serve our candidate and accredited members with your products or services. When you join ECAP, you’ll have access to connect and engage through numerous opportunities including public and private affiliate listing, access to member contact information, marketing, article collaboration, sponsorships, and resource certification.
- Access to members
- Sponsorship and event opportunities
- Website banner
- Newsletter inclusion
- Website listing (public and private Association Management System)
- Description of product or service
- Email inclusion or sponsor an email
- Events sponsorship
- Exhibiting opportunities
- Direct mail
- Marketing Credit
- Event Slide
- Event Banner
*Add-on benefits come at an additional charge
All volunteers, employees, staff, and board members of the Organization will act with honesty, integrity, and openness in all their dealings as representatives of the organization.
Organization must have an employee Code of Conduct and/or policies in place prohibiting sexual harassment, violence, and other material harm to others, applicable to all volunteers, staff, and board members.
Organization must comply with state mandatory reporting regulations to report suspected child abuse, and their personnel must cooperate fully in any investigation of abuse of children and/or youth, and not discourage its volunteers, staff, or board members regarding compliance with state mandatory reporting regulations.
The Organization must have policies regulating conflicts of interests in the actions of a board member, staff member, or volunteer, and whether of a financial, ethical, or other serious matter such as related to sexual impropriety or child abuse.
The Organization must not take any action or make any statement that conflicts with ECAP’s mission to protect children. Organization thus must not promote, endorse, or otherwise support any other organization or individuals whose activities and positions are known to conflict with ECAP’s mission to protect children.
*Affirmation required by all affiliate member companies
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