In-Kind Support

Companies may also join B.A.C.E. through in-kind donations of equipment, material items, or assisting with on-going license renewals for investigative staff.

The Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force can also use your support through in-kind donations.  In lieu of monetary participation, businesses and organizations can donate items that have proven beneficial to successful investigation and prosecution of offenders.

Please check back on this page as we are preparing to update a list of materials requirements to enhance the units effectiveness.

Businesses and organizations making in-kind contributions with a value between $129 and $2529 receive Business Sponsor recognition and benefits.

Businesses and organizations making in-kind contributions at or exceeding $2529 received Committee Seat membership and benefits.

Questions regarding donations of any material items (in-kind) should be directed to the B.A.C.E. corporate chairperson or BCSO representative listed on our Contact Page.

The value of any in-kind donation is similarly a tax deductible contribution.