Show your support!
There are plenty of ways to show your support for Center for Children, our programs, clients and events. Your support is vital to the work we do in our community.
Ways to Support and Keep Our Community Safe!
Help Prevent Prescription Drug Misuse & Abuse!
National TAKEBACK Day?
Saturday, October 24, 2020
The DEA’s Take Back Day events provide an opportunity for Americans to prevent drug addiction and overdose deaths.
Too often, unused prescription drugs find their way into the wrong hands. That's dangerous and often tragic. That's why it was great to see thousands of folks from across the country clean out their medicine cabinets and turn in - safely and anonymously - a record amount of prescription drugs.
If you know a teen struggling with substance abuse please contact our office! One of our team members will be happy to connect you will help. Click below to learn more about out
Teen Substance Abuse Program!
Ways to Support!
Goods and Services
Center for Children strongly welcomes donations of office supplies, office equipment and furniture as well as new or gently used toys and supplies for children ages newborn - 5 years old. Your contributions truly make a difference in our day to day operation and we appreciate your support.
Corporate Sponsorship opportunities are another unique opportunity for businesses both locally and globally to partner with the Center for Children in the fight against and the treatment of child abuse. There are many excellent opportunities for you to invest in the Center for Children. Your company will be recognized on our website and all social media platforms, included in a variety of the materials created for annual events and marketing and added to our E-Newsletter which is sent monthly to residents, health care professionals, state agencies and businesses of Charles, St. Mary's, Anne Arundel and Calvert Counties. Not only will your contribution be considered a tax-deductible donation, but you may also be able to apply for Community Reinvest Tax Credits (CITC).
Get your employees involved via charitable giving campaigns. Look for us in the Combined Federal Campaign booklet under Center for Children. By checking #53847 on the enrollment form, federal employees and military personnel can designate the Center for Children for their Combined Federal Campaign contributions. Boost morale by getting your workforce back in the community. Host a “Day of Giving”.
Join Our Planning Committee
Each Year Center For Children host ' an array of event designed to help support and engage our community, as well as to aid in funding for many of our projects offered to children and adolescents in our community. We gladly welcome ALL to participate in any of our fundraising and outreach events. These are great opportunities to meet new friends while helping children in your community! We hope to see you soon. Application
If you are interested in learning more about any of these exciting opportunities, please contact Danielle Jones at: djonescenter-for-children.org.
Breaking the Stigma
Mental Health is a GROWING concern in our nation. Center for Children is joining the national movement to raise awareness about mental health. It is important that we work together to break the negative stigma associated with mental health challenges. During this nationwide time of crisis there has been a drastic increase in the amount of new mental health cases in adults and children. Knowing that it is okay to seek help for you or someone you know is key to a brighter future.
Spread the Word
We need your help! Its is up to us to bring awareness to mental health and some of the challenges individuals face. We as a community have to teach the importance of positive mental health. Understanding the signs of mental health challenges in adults and children can be crucial. Contact Center for Children if you or someone your know may be dealing with mental health challenges. It is important that you remain healthy both physically and mentally.
Student & National Resources
NAMIN National Alliance on Mental Illness
Ways To Prevent Child Abuse Information
10 Ways to Help Prevent Child Abuse