Why donate to the Children’s Justice Center?
Statistics indicate that most of us know or are related to a victim of child sexual abuse. Sometimes it is difficult to know how to best support our loved ones as they work to heal from the emotional and physical scars left by abuse.
Fortunately, there are people who are experts in helping child survivors and their families. The Washington County Children’s Justice Center staff and multidisciplinary team have vast experience, and connections to an array of resources. There is never a charge for services at the Children’s Justice Center. We are funded through a public/private partnership that includes limited state and local money as well as grants and community donations. Your tax-deductible contributions are used wisely to help us provide a safe, comfortable place for children to share details about their abuse, and to train and support the professionals who will help each child on their journey to becoming 0a thriving survivor.
How to make a tax-deductible donation:
The Friends of the Washington County Children’s Justice Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable organization established to support the Washington County Children’s Justice Center. All donations are used locally to support the services of the Center. Our 501(c)(3) # is 87-0560725 and our Charitable Solicitation Permit number is 6535786-CHAR.
Donations made to the Friends of the WCCJC are tax-deductible as allowed by law. All donors will receive a receipt/letter for tax purposes.
- Mail-in Contribution (checks payable to “Friends of the WCCJC”)
- Wish List (In-kind Donations)
- Use the form below.