In order to accomplish our mission, AFC needs a team of champions to help change the lives of children living with the effects of trauma. You can be our champion by:
- Monetary Donations
- Volunteer Opportunities
You can be our champion by making monetary & in-kind donations.
"Giving is not just about making a donation, it's about making a difference"
AFC is a non-profit organization that does not receive any kind of state or federal funding. We rely upon generous donors to assist children heal from trauma and remain in permanent, loving homes. We accept gifts of cash (one time or monthly) as well as gifts of appreciated securities. Furthermore, you can name AFC in your will or trust and include us as a beneficiary to receive a portion of your life insurance policy or retirement plan. Consult your accountant or estate planning attorney to devise a strategy to maximize your tax benefits. Every penny counts when it comes to helping hurting children heal!
As a non-profit, AFC is always thinking of creative ways to raise the funds necessary to run our organization and programs. We can never have too many champions for our cause! Learn more about our current fundraisers and how you can get involved!
"Piece of the Puzzle"
Selling each puzzle piece for $100 to fund a new retreat center and camp.
Ball Bash 2021 Salt Lake City
Our annual charity driving range tournament takes place at Topgolf in Midvale, UT on September 11, 2021. Help us find businesses to sponsor a bay, collect prizes, and/or assist at the event.
Ball Bash 2021 Scottsdale, AZ
Our annual charity driving range tournament takes place at Topgolf on November 6, 2021. Help us find businesses to sponsor a bay, collect prizes, and/or assist at the event.
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It truly takes a village! Please consider contacting us regarding current volunteer opportunities. Each of us have special talents that can be utilized in a meaningful way. We are always looking for caring and passionate individuals to help make a difference in the lives of children living with the effects of trauma and abuse.
For more information contact Chelsea@adoptive.org