Your contribution makes an enormous difference to the children and families who come to the Center for help. Thank you for supporting our work.
Make a secure online donation to the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center. Your information will be held in the strictest of confidence. Donate Now!
Give by Mail
Please make your check payable to: SFCAPC. Please mail your completed form and check to:
San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center
1757 Waller Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
Or, fax with credit card information to (415) 386-0959.
The San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center is a 501(c)(3) foundation and donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Federal Tax ID number, 94-2455072.
How Your Gift Makes an Impact
Everyone has a role to play in strengthening families and keeping children safe. Your donation will truly make a difference! Here’s a sampling of how your gift makes an impact:
$50 – Provides a week of nutritious snacks for up to 75 kids in our Children’s Playroom. Each year, thousands of children visit this therapeutic play space and work through a variety of issues while their parents receive counseling and other services on site.
$150 – Provides a thorough initial assessment and a follow-up evaluation for a child who has witnessed domestic violence. Each year, the Center serves hundreds of children who are at risk of trauma due to abuse, neglect or family and community violence.
$250 – Enables us to buy 400 “Safe and Unsafe Touching” coloring books, which are used in our Child Safety Awareness program. Each year, this program works with more than 5,000 elementary school children and teaches them about traffic safety, responses to emergency situations and how to resist and report sexual and/or physical abuse.
$500 – Provides an in-depth training on innovative ways to treat child trauma for 100 clinical professionals city-wide. The Center coordinates a 9-agency network of service providers to mitigate risk factors that impact a child’s ability to thrive.
$1,000 – Provides up to six children with free, emergency Respite care while their parents take essential time to search for jobs, find housing and attend other vital appointments such as hospital visits for their other children or spouse.