Every dollar donated helps us improve the lives of Texas children. CHILDREN AT RISK is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law
Goods and Services
CHILDREN AT RISK welcomes the support of individuals and businesses who can donate goods or services that allow us to continue to advocate for Texas children. We are always looking for donations for our many fundraising auctions, as well as office supplies and furniture. Remember, we are not a direct service provider, so donations such as clothes, food, or diapers are not appropriate.
Double your impact with a matching gift. Check to see if your company matches here: http://www.matchinggifts.com/rit/ and make your donation today. We will follow up on providing information to your company to complete the match.
Tell A Friend
Spread the word of CHILDREN AT RISK’s mission by hosting a house party or friendraiser for your friends and family, or by making C@R the beneficiary of a third-party event. Feel free to contact email@example.com or one of our offices to request a speaker in the areas of education, parenting & family well-being, human trafficking, health & nutrition, and legislation affecting children.
Thank you for considering a gift of publicly traded securities. Making a stock donation is an investment in CHILDREN AT RISK that may also help you avoid capital gains taxes and reduce income tax burden. We are a 501c3 tax-exempt organization. Our federal tax identification number is 76-0360533. For instructions on how to donate, please contact us: Houston Office – 713.869.7740. North Texas Office – 214.599.0072.
Unlike cash donations, planned giving donations are typically made from assets in your estate rather than disposable income, and come to fruition upon your death. We encourage you to consider CHILDREN AT RISK as part of your estate planning and would be happy to provide sample language should you need assistance. If you have any questions, please contact our team at 713.869.7740.
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C@R is a member of the Kroger Community Rewards Program. Please take the time to link your Kroger card to CHILDREN AT RISK because every little bit counts! Our NPO number is 91098. You’ll know that you have linked successfully when you see CHILDREN AT RISK’s name on the bottom right of the info page.
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C@R’s Houston Office and North Texas Offices have been accepted by the State Employee Charitable Campaign.
To participate in Houston, use number: 334180.
To participate in North Texas, use number 280044.
CORPORATE AND FOUNDATION GIVING
Get your company or organization involved with charitable giving!
Corporate and Organization Giving Options
Increase the value of your gift through our Matching Gift Program. Let us know who you work for, and we will find out if your company will match your donation today.
Be a premier sponsor for one of our fundraising events (Spring Party, Golf Classic, Night In Gala, Accolades Luncheon)
Provide funding for our publications, journals, program initiatives, or operating expenses.
Underwrite an event or program service that supports children’s issues and aligns with your philanthropic needs.
Thank you to the following corporations and organizations for supporting our efforts in 2018-2019:
ABCO Subsea, Accenture, Amegy Bank, American International Group, BB&T, Baptist General Convention, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, Body Balance Chiropractic, CHUBB, Children’s Memoria Hermann Hospital, Community Health Choice, Dominican Sisters of Houston Texas, Dow Golub Remels & Gilbreath PLLC, Electronic Restoration Services, The Feldman Law Firm, Financial Casualty & Surety, Friends of Wednesday’s Child, Garcia Hamilton, GoldSpring Consulting, H-E-B, Hewlett-Packard, Hotel ZaZa, Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation, JPMorgan Chase, King & Spalding, Kroger, La Michoacana, Locke Lord LLP, Mattress Firm, Maxim Ventures, Memorial Hermann Community Benefit Corporation, Mobilease, Myron Steves, Page/, Partnership for America’s Children, PepsiCo, PlainsCapital Bank, Quan Law Group, Rice Center for Civic Leadership, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Reed Smith LLP, Shell Oil Company, Silver Eagle Distributors, The Smith Family Allstate Agency, Spindletap Brewery, Summit Dental, Sysco, Texadia Systems, Texas Children’s Hospital, Tolunay Engineering Group, United Way of Greater Houston, Vinson and Elkins, Wells Fargo, Whataburger, XL Catlin, and YMCA of Greater Houston.
Thank you to the following foundations for supporting our efforts in 2017:
Alliance for Early Success, Amon G. Carter Foundation, The Brown Foundation, Inc., Boone Family Foundation, The Enrico and Sandra di Portanova Charitable Foundation, Fash Foundation, The Fondren Foundation, Greater Houston Community Foundation, The Henderson-Wessendorff Foundation, The Hoglund Foundation, Harvey R., Jr. and Patricia W. Houck Foundation, Houston Health Foundation, W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Meadows Foundation, John R. McCune Charitable Trust, The John M. O’Quinn Foundation, Paso del Norte Health Foundation, Rainwater Charitable Foundation, Rees-Jones Foundation, The Arch and Stella Rowan Foundation Inc., Salners Family Foundation, Samuels Family Foundation, Roy and Christine Sturgis Charitable Trust, Texas Education Grantmakers Advocacy Consortium, Walton Family Foundation, and M.B. and Edna Zale Foundation.
For questions about organizational or corporate giving contact firstname.lastname@example.org