Meet our Members
Child Aid USA has recommended the following organizations for admission to the 2017 Combined Federal Campaign; they are members, pending government approval.
A Little Hope, Inc.
We provide grief counseling, bereavement support groups, and bereavement camps for children and teens who have experienced the death of a parent or sibling.
Black Administrators In Child Welfare
We advocate for improving the lives of children, youth, families and communities, for developing and supporting African American child welfare leaders.
Provides therapeutic arts-based interventions in partnership with shelters, schools, refugee agencies, NGO’s, in order to alleviate trauma & increase resilience of children living in crisis & poverty.Trains workers globally to provide these services.
Building New Hope
Collaborates with Central Americans to build sustainable livelihoods by linking people and communities via primary and secondary education programs and economic opportunities through sustainable farming.
Camp Sunshine at Sebago Lake
A free respite for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families providing recreation, workshops, counseling, and on-site medical support.
International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect
Millions of children suffer abuse daily. ISPCAN helps promote healing and creates a more humane world through international training, increased public awareness and regional solutions.
Maryland State Boychoir
We offer talented boys from many ethnic, socioeconomic and religious backgrounds opportunities to sing, travel and build self-esteem, self-discipline and character.
Help us save the lives of children everywhere by funding much needed scientific research, newborn screening advocacy, and financial assistance to low-income families suffering from myelin diseases.
National Ability Center
Dedicated to the development of self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills for individuals of all abilities through sports, recreation, educational and wellness programs.
Native Seeds/SEARCH (Native Seeds/Southwestern Endangered Aridland Resources Clearing House)
Native Seeds/SEARCH is a Tucson, Arizona-based seed conservation organization working to preserve, share, and educate people about the indigenous agricultural seeds of the Southwest.
Operation Outreach-USA, Inc.
Giving books about animals and the environment to at-risk children in grades PreK-4 helps boost reading proficiency among low income students in underperforming schools.
Parent-Child Home Program, The
Millions of children enter school unprepared, never having held a book. PCHP provides low-income families with the necessary knowledge, skills, and tools (books and toys) to ensure their children achieve their greatest potential in school and in life.
Seeds of Peace
Young leaders from conflict regions meet their historic enemies in Maine, then continue building relationships and skills to advance lasting peace when they return home.
Providing 6,000 free presentations to school students and adults each year to help people learn to prevent brain and spinal cord injuries. Traffic and sports safety; violence and falls prevention; concussion prevention and response.
United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc.
UNITY is a national organization serving American Indian and Alaskan Native youth, providing personal and leadership opportunities through local youth councils, trainings, service projects and national conferences.
Wide Horizons for Children
We are dedicated to the well-being and security of vulnerable and orphaned children worldwide, with orphan prevention and care programs, and full-service adoption programs.
While earning a high school diploma or its equivalent, low-income youth learn construction skills building affordable housing with emphasis on leadership development and community service.
Want to become a member?
Give to Child Aid USA through the CFC by choosing CFC # 49216.