Make An Impact

$250

makes a huge difference for a teen like 13-year-old Samira who is now able to meet with her mental health therapist virtually after the pandemic prevented her from going in person.

$1,500

helps reunite a child, like 6-month-old Duane, with his mom after she receives therapy and parenting classes to overcome post-partum depression.

$500

allows a child, like 6-year-old Rosa, say “mama” for first time after she receives critical speech therapy for her recently-diagnosed learning disability.

$3,000

helps a child, like 9-year-old Javier, relocate with his mom and baby sister from an apartment with lead paint that is causing developmental delays in both children to a safe, healthy home.

Plus, a sponsorship level gift gives you access to future Children's Law Center events throughout our anniversary year!

Gifts of $1,500+ will be matched. Click for details.

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“My Children’s Law Center lawyer, Evan, was absolutely amazing. He got right on things, and it made all the difference."

Ms. Dabney

Mom of Sebastian

Children Can't Wait Fund

For 25 years Children’s Law Center has served as an anchor institution for the District’s children and families. In order to make sure Children’s Law Center is always there for DC’s children, several visionary donors stepped up and collectively invested over $1 million in the Children Can’t Wait Fund.

Looking ahead we know the Children Can’t Wait Fund will be integral to helping us navigate an increasingly volatile funding environment and allowing us to build a brighter future where all of DC’s children can thrive.

Special thanks to the following donors who are leading the way forward: 

Alfred Street Baptist Church
Cindy and Mark Aron
Bainum Family Foundation
Elizabeth & Justin Bausch 
CityBridge Foundation 
A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation
Diana & Stephen Goldberg
The Andrew & Julie Klingenstein Family Fund 
Evan Miller & Nancy Hedin
Page & Howard Smith

To learn more about the Children Can’t Wait Fund and how you can invest in it for DC’s children, please contact Brian Shook.

Email Brian Shook