Help Kids through our Tribute Giving Program | Children's Law Center

Help Kids through our Tribute Giving Program

Tribute giving to Children's Law Center is a meaningful way to celebrate the important people and events in your life while also making a positive impact on thousands of DC's children and families.

This year, consider making a gift in honor, memory or celebration of someone special for a birthday, Mother’s, Father’s or Grandparent’s Day. With each tribute gift, we will mail or email a personalized card to your loved one expressing that a gift to Children's Law Center has been made in their name.

Give now and make a difference for DC families during this difficult time. Each gift bolsters Children’s Law Center's work to ensure that families can access food, medicine, education supports and other essential resources.

Gifts in Honor: A great way to show loved ones how much they mean to you is by making a gift to Children’s Law Center in their honor. Per your request, a tribute card will be emailed or mailed to your honoree in recognition of your generous gift.

Gifts in Memory: A thoughtful way to cherish the life and legacy of loved ones is by making a gift to Children’s Law Center in their memory. Per your request, a tribute card, in support and sympathy, will be emailed or mailed to the honoree’s family or specified loved ones in recognition of your generous gift.

Gifts in Celebration: A meaningful way to celebrate milestones is by making a tribute donation to Children’s Law Center in honor of a loved one’s special occasion. Per your request, a tribute card will be sent to your loved one in recognition of your generous gift.

Join us in celebrating your family and families across the District! Your generous, tax-deductible gift helps Children’s Law Center advocate so every child in DC can grow up with a loving family, good health and a quality education.

Questions? Please contact Lizzie Porterfield, development and executive director’s assistant, at 202-467-4900, ext. 532 or lporterfield@childrenslawcenter.org.