Invest in your community
Your donation will help Center For Family Services provide opportunities for young people to reach their fullest potential, support for victims of violence to become survivors, counseling for individuals seeking a life of sobriety, workshops for parents striving to be their best, and so much more.
Invest where most needed
Your gift will support individuals and families most in need served by Center For Family Services allowing us direct your gift to provide the people we serve with life’s essentials.
Buys diapers for a new
purchases a new interview outfit for an individual seeking employment, allowing him or her to seek success with confidence.
Provides a week’s worth
of groceries for one family served by Center For Family Services.
Born to Read -
Encourage Educational Success
All children deserve a high-quality early childhood education and access to the best resources that will help them achieve success in kindergarten and beyond.
Books for a child.
Books for 3 children.
Books for 6 children.
Create opportunities for young people
Nearly 300 children in need of comfort and guidance live at one of Center For Family Services safe houses each year. Your support will provide items and activities these children and young adults wouldn’t otherwise experience.
Buys an overnight backpack filled with essentials for one youth, affording them a sensible means of transportation for their belongings.
Provides an educational outing for youth living
at one of our safe houses.
Strengthen survivors of violence
Sexual and domestic violence has become an epidemic, affecting thousands of individuals and families each year. Our highly trained and dedicated staff at our SERV program provide the tools and resources to make a survivor whole again.
Allows the onboarding of a SERV sexual
violence volunteer advocate who will assist victims with crisis intervention, advocacy, and answer hotline calls.
Provides a basket of essentials for women
and their children upon entering one of our domestic violence safe houses ensuring these families have their basic needs met while receiving other supports.
Inspire confidence in a child or teen
The simple things in life, the things we so regularly take for granted are often a mystery for young people in need of a mentor. Mentors provide mentees not only with an experienced friend who can help them with day to day challenges but with someone who cares about them.
Provides an afternoon outing for the mentor and mentee to enjoy together.
Will go towards a volunteer appreciation event for our dedicated mentors.
Support sober living
Addiction impacts the lives of thousands of New Jersey residents each and every year; taking an emotional, psychological, and social toll on all who come into contact with it. Our Substance Abuse Treatment programs provide a sense of community to those people trying to find their way out of addiction and into recovery.
Buys a bus pass for an individual seeking recovery who is in need of transportation to a meeting.
Provides an educational or wellness workshop.
Enhance Volunteer Impact
Our Quixote Quest program provides energetic and dedicated high school aged teens with the opportunity and the support to invest in community causes; underserved children, abandoned animals, and seniors in need of companionship. These meaningful volunteer experiences are directly impacting the lives of those in need and molding teens into confident leaders.
provides resources to recruit new members to the QRew.
provides funds for team building and unity activities.
provides funds to support the yearly meetings and activities a local chapter.
Dancing with the Gloucester County Stars-
“Vote” for Dr. Monica Scott!
Each year, Mother/Child Residential provides emergency shelter for approximately 200 families, empowering mothers to lead capable and healthy lives by connecting them to critical resources and tools that promote a positive future for themselves and their children.
Your investment today will allow us to provide local mothers in need with a safe and comfortable home environment and access to essential items as they work towards self-sufficiency.
Provides new kitchen and household items for an apartment at Mother/Child.
Provides necessities for a family when they arrive at Mother/Child
Provides new bedding for a family.
Buys a welcome basket full of essentials for families when they enter Mother/Child.
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