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Thank you for your interest in supporting Programs for Parents.
We are a non-profit organization qualified under Internal Revenue Code 501(c)3, and donors are eligible to make tax-deductible contributions as provided in section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code.
Programs for Parents has provided child care subsidies to over 148,000 children over the past 19 years. Just in 2011 we provided financial assistance to over 11,800 children.
Of course, none of this work would be possible without the generosity of people like you - but there are still families and children who need our help. When you donate to the Programs for Parents, you are making an investment in the future of our children. Please be assured that we use all donations wisely, and we do not sell or share donor information – ever.
Please take a moment to explore the giving options described below. A gift of any size is appreciated. Thank you again for your interest in the Child Care Connection.
Direct Donations – Donations can be mailed to Programs for Parents, Inc., 33 Washington Street, Newark New Jersey, 07102 or online through our secure PayPal account by clicking the donate button below.
Matching Gifts – Every dollar you donate to Programs for Parents can be doubled, even tripled. Many companies will match the donations made by their employees (and sometimes their retirees) on a 1:1 or 2:1 basis. If your employer or your spouse’s employer has a matching gift program, you must obtain a matching gift form from them. Complete the section of the form for employees, then send it in with your donation. By matching your gift, you can help us reach our fund-raising goals. That’s good for us, and that’s good for the community.
Planned Giving – You can make a difference in the lives that follow you. By writing a will, you can ensure that your assets will be used as you direct for your family, friends, and the charities that are close to your heart. By naming the Programs for Parents as a charitable beneficiary, your vision for a better future may one day be realized. Take the time to create or update your will, and enjoy knowing that your assets will be used to benefit your heirs and further the causes you believe in. Each time a charity receives a gift it is an affirmation that the good work of the organization matters. Speak with your attorney or financial advisor for advice on how to give in the way that is right for you, your family, and your circumstances.