AT&T presented the Children's Advocacy Center with a $10,000 boost.
The facility treats kids from across south Georgia, many of whom have been sexually abused.
A team of five therapists are dedicated to counseling more than 400 children every year. At no cost to the family.
"The children when they come here, they're scared, they're hurt," said Brenda Hodges, the executive director of the center. "When they come here to our environment, we provide healing for them."
The Children's Advocacy Center hopes donations will help fill its $25,000 budget gap.