Protect children from ACEs


Thank you for your support. We rely on individual donations for over 95% of the investments we make in protecting children from Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Traumatic life events like abuse, neglect, or witnessing domestic violence.

We can’t do it without you.

Thank you.


Ways to give

Monthly giving

The commitment of our monthly donors allows us to commit to longer term, more effective programs.

Give a gift of stocks or bonds

Do you have investments in stocks, bonds and other securities you’ve held for at least one year? Donations of investments that have appreciated in value may result in significant income-tax savings. Donating stock can save more taxes than donating cash, since there is no capital gains tax when appreciated securities are given to a nonprofit. Contact [email protected] for details.

Small change for you

You can protect children from ACEs like abuse, neglect, and domestic violence by donating your spare change? We have a program that allows you to do that. Donate your change to be the change.

Create a fundraiser

Our amazing supporters combine their talents and passion for children to raise money for the Stop Abuse Campaign. They run marathons, dedicate birthdays and even host parties; all to help us create a safer world. Start a fundraiser now or start a fundraiser on Facebook

Our campaigns

Custody Court Crisis

Courts routinely place our children at risk. The Safe Child Act corrects this by directing custody courts to condider a child’s health and safety first.

Child sex abuse

1 in 5 children will be sexually abused. An epidemic greater than childhood cancer and an epidemic that dramatically increases the risk of the seven leading causes of death in America.

Child sex dolls

Right now, teachers, coaches, babysitters, and neighbors, in every town in America, can purchase a lifelike, anatomically correct child sex doll designed to simulate sex with a child. And it’s perfectly legal.

Cycle of abuse

Maternal Home Visiting programs give mothers who are at high risk for abusing their children the skills to fix their own lives, parent successfully and break the cycle of abuse. 


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