Ways To Give
For more information and to discuss all opportunities to give, please contact Mission Kids’ Director of Development, Paula Jones at email@example.com or 484-687-2990 ext. 1019.
All monetary donations are gratefully accepted, and can be completed online using the button above, or sent via check to:
180 West Germantown Pike, Suite 1
East Norriton, PA 19401
Please navigate the list below to explore additional ways to support Mission Kids.
Amazon Wish List
We are often asked if we accept donations at Mission Kids and the answer is “yes”!
This is a list of the items that are most needed:
- New teddy bears
- New or Gently-used books (children’s & teen’s books)
- Juice Boxes
- Small individual bottled water
- Individually Wrapped Healthy Snacks (no peanuts)
- Paper plates, cups, and utensils
- Paper Towels
- Sanitizing Wipes
- Gift Cards for local supermarkets to support team and client meetings.
How to Donate
Gift Cards can be mailed to: 180 W. Germantown Pike, East Norriton, PA 19401
Please contact Susan Tymon to arrange delivery or pick-up of other items: 484-687-2990 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mission Kids also has a Wish List on Amazon, which is constantly updated as our needs change.
Please click here to view our Amazon Wish List.
Thank you so much for donating to Mission Kids!
You shop. Amazon gives.
Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. Please designate Mission Kids by selecting “Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County” when using Amazon Smile.
Barbara Malett Weitz Memorial Fund
In Loving Memory of Barbara Malett Weitz, Esq.
It is with great sadness that I write to tell you that our good friend, Barbara Weitz, passed away on December 6, 2013. Barbara’s passing is a huge loss for her family, her friends, Mission Kids and the Montgomery County and Philadelphia communities.
In 2008, I went out to dinner with Barbara and told her of the new project that I was involved with to develop a Child Advocacy Center in Montgomery County. Barbara called me the following morning to tell me that she had been thinking about what I said all night and that she wanted to find a way to volunteer and become involved. Barbara’s unique professional background and passions made her an ideal addition to Mission Kids. After attending Temple University, her initial graduate work focused on social work, but decided that her skills would enable her to make a larger impact by studying law. She graduated Antioch Law school, and her legal career included being a prosecutor, public defender, medical malpractice defender and representing patients who needed an attorney in the mental health court system in Philadelphia.
Barbara’s strong professional background was always combined with strong ethics and a need to do what was ‘right’ for vulnerable individuals who needed help. She did anything and everything for Mission Kids including stuffing envelopes and purchasing office supplies. She became the volunteer Director of the Volunteers at Mission Kids, a certified trainer in Darkness to Light and Mandatory Reporting Training and joined the Board of Trustees in 2009 where she contributed her intellect, insight and experience.
Continuing Barbara’s endless dedication to Mission Kids, her husband, Howard, and children, Benjamin, Aaron and Hannah, have requested that donations be made in memory of Barbara to Mission Kids. In her memory, Mission Kids has started the Barbara Malett Weitz Memorial Fund. We hope to fulfill Barbara’s ultimate goal to help children heal from the trauma of child abuse.
Barbara was indeed a wonderful, warm, caring person. She will be sorely missed.
By partnering with Mission Kids, you will be joining an agency devoted to eradicating child abuse in our community and in the world around us. Corporate sponsorships and program advertisements are available, and account for an essential percentage of overall funding.
Honorariums & Memorials
Honorariums & Memorials
Honor a loved one with a gift to Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center. Celebrate birthdays or holidays by engaging friends and family to support Mission Kids. Your loved one will receive a letter acknowledging that someone special has made a gift in their honor.
Many businesses match their employees’ contributions to charitable organizations. Check with your human resources department for the matching gift form.
Planned Giving Donations
Planned Giving Donations
Through your bequest or other planned gift, you can ensure that Mission Kids will continue to help those in need for future generations to come. By including Mission Kids in your estate plans, you are ensuring that there will always be help for children when they need it most. Mission Kids offers many planned giving opportunities, all of which can be tailored to meet your specific financial and estate-planning needs. A gift of any size is significant. The best gift is one that is appropriate for you.
Mission Kids is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. Our tax ID or EIN number is 14-1975929.
Your donation will help to ease the criminal justice process for abused children and their families.
Please remember Mission Kids when you make your United Way donation, code #47859. Please note that United Way uses our legal name: Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County.
Campaigns & Upcoming Events
Mission Possible 2023 Fundraising Gala
Join us for our 14th Annual Mission Possible Fundraising Gala as we honor long time Mission Kids supporters and friends, Mrs. Kina Simeone Clark and Mr. Harry Clark. This celebratory evening will include a seated dinner, drinks, and dancing to the renowned Renaissance Orchestra while guests enjoy a one-of-a-kind live auction and more.
Your Dollars in Action
provides family advocacy services for 10 children & their families
provides child abuse prevention training for 50 community members
provides language interpretation services for 10 non-english speaking children
provides 10 sessions of trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy
provides teddy bears for 5 children