Child Abuse Prevention
The mission of the Child Abuse Prevention Program is to protect children from abuse, abandonment, neglect and exploitation.
The program seeks to accomplish its mission by making grants to projects that serve large numbers of children (birth to age eighteen) nationally and internationally. These include children in foster care, children under the supervision of the Guardian ad Litem Program and the family court systems, projects that seek to protect children from abuse, abandonment and neglect, projects that speak out on behalf of children’s issues particularly as it relates to child exploitation in all its forms. The foundation supports prevention efforts that educate and assist children and families before an incident of abuse or neglect occurs.
Our goals are to:
Provide cohesive information for the prevention of child abuse.
Enhance abuse prevention and child care management projects
Encourage the protection of children who are subject to exploitation
For information on the availability of grants for specific projects, write to us.