At this time, our only regular volunteers are the on-site program volunteers who manage our project sites around the world. Sometimes there are volunteer opportunities at our Richmond, Virginia headquarters. Please call our office at (800) 538-5381 for more information.
Yes! Please contact your human resources department to determine whether your company participates in such a program. Matching gifts forms may be mailed to Children Incorporated, ATTN: Matching Gifts Department; 4205 Dover Rd., Richmond, VA 23221.
There are many ways to include Children Incorporated in your estate plans, including bequests, IRA/401(k) designations, annuities, and charitable remainder trusts. For more information, please contact us at (800) 538-5381. We will work with you to create the plan that best meets your needs.
In addition to our child sponsorship program, which assists children in the United States and 22 other countries, Children Incorporated maintains a variety of special funds that support our efforts in meeting the needs of underprivileged children around the world: The Seeds of Hope Annual Fund supports administrative costs and will ensure that Children Incorporated can maximize the impact of support we provide to the children we serve. Contributions to this fund will also help […]
It is possible to visit sponsored children; however, since we work with a network of volunteers and projects, we simply cannot guarantee that all projects are open to sponsor visits. Circumstances vary from area to area. If you are interested in visiting a sponsored child, please contact us for specifics relating to the child and project. If your child’s project does allow visits, we ask that you contact us at least 45 days prior to your […]
If you have questions or concerns about your sponsored child, contact us at (800) 538-5381 or email email@example.com. Depending on the nature of a child-specific question, we may need to contact our volunteer coordinator at the program your child attends for the requested information, but we will get that information to you just as soon as possible, so long that it does not violate the child-protection and privacy laws to which we adhere.