Many corporations provide monetary, in-kind, and volunteer support for 1736 Family Crisis Centerís programs. Corporate Matching Gift programs have increased the amount of donations made by their employees. Many thanks to all of these corporations for their support.
Invaluable project and operating support is provided by various foundations that share our hope and vision.
From the earliest moments of 1736 Family Crisis Centerís existence, local churches and synagogues have opened their hearts to support the Centerís programs and participants.
Through service clubs, individuals join to increase the impact of their monetary, in-kind, and volunteer contributions.
Community individuals play a unique and special role in the life of 1736 Family Crisis Center. Unrestricted donations small and large provide the flexibility to expand programs, fill funding gaps, and make our clientsí lives brighter, year after year. In-kind donations and extensive volunteer support are always helpful and much appreciated.
Government support from the federal, state, county and local cities make available over 50 contracts that provide ongoing support for all of 1736 Family Crisis Centerís programs. Most of these are awarded through a competitive process. Close monitoring by funding sources ensures that 1736 Family Crisis Center meets the strictest standards of excellent programmatic, administrative and fiscal practices.
1736 Family Crisis Center is a United Way Community Partner. United Way provides approximately 1% of our annual budget. Our speakers also make community presentations in collaboration with United Way.
1736 Family Crisis Center does not and will not sell, trade, or share a donor's personal information with anyone else. 1736 Family Crisis Center does not send donor mailings on behalf of other organizations. In the event that a donor formally requests of 1736 Family Crisis Center, or gives 1736 Family Crisis Center specific permission, for the specific sharing of such personal information, exceptions may be made on a case by case basis.