CIR is a small nonprofit that is making a big impact. Working to help families and children through innovative projects targeting pervasive problems, such as child abuse and child abduction, CIR is committed to delivering effective solutions. Will you join us?
With your support, CIR can provide travel scholarships to a police officer or social worker from an underserved community for training, convert established curriculum into online trainings in order to reach more professionals who are helping victims of abuse, or provide outreach materials and prevention campaigns to increase the impact of the Enough Abuse campaign.
Please consider helping us with any amount you can spare. Through your donation, you will join the men and women who work tirelessly to ensure that children and families will be able to thrive in a safe and healthy world.
You can choose to make a one-time donation online by clicking the Donate button. Paypal and credit card accepted.
Please also consider joining our Partners in Change Club, which provides consistent, reliable support that makes a big difference. Join by simply setting up a recurring donation amount. For example, a monthly gift of $20 provides $240 each year that CIR can rely on to expand services! You can sign up online or download the monthly donation form and return it by fax or mail.
Local supporters of CIR can shop at Olivers with their eScrip card and support our good work! Oliver’s Market runs Sonoma County’s largest eScrip program. Oliver’s will donate 3% of every purchase back to our non-profit. Download and print this form and go to Oliver's to pick up your community card and use it when you shop, it's that easy!
Please contact your local law enforcement agency or social services department to report suspected child abuse or a child abduction.
CIR is a partner of the AmazonSmile program. When you shop on AmazonSmile using this link, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Center For Innovation And Resources, Inc.
Learn about signs of child abuse. The Enough Abuse Campaign has an extensive list of resources to learn about child abuse and what you can do to protect the children in your life.
Most communities have a local community council made up of members in the private and public sector who are working to prevent child abuse in their communities.
If you would like to know more about our programs and how you can be involved with our organization and projects, please contact us today.