Giving & Events

Giving & Events

Let’s stop child abuse in Massachusetts. Together, it is possible.

The Children’s Trust is on a mission to end child abuse in Massachusetts. Your contribution will help provide guidance and resources to children, families, and family support professionals across the Commonwealth. Thank you for your generosity. 

Whether you're able to make a financial contribution or attend an event, your investment in the Children’s Trust helps ensure the long-term well-being of Massachusetts children, including improvements in health, education, and social outcomes.

Ways to give

Donate

Make a one-time tax-deductible gift to the Children's Trust or consider monthly giving. Monthly giving is an effective way to make an impact throughout the year. Donate today. 

IRA Charitable Rollover

IRA Charitable Rollovers are a great way for individuals age 70½ or older to use their IRAs to maximize their charitable impact. You can give any amount (up to a maximum of $100,000) per year from your IRA directly to a nonprofit without having to pay income taxes. Learn more here.

Donor Advised Funds

A donor advised fund, which is like a charitable savings account, gives you the flexibility to recommend how much and how often money is granted to the Children’s Trust and other qualified charities. You can use your fund as a tool for future gifts or recommend a grant or recurring gift now to make an impact today.   

How to recommend a gift to the Children's Trust   

  1. Request a grant distribution through your DAF sponsor.
  2. Be sure to use the Children's Trust EIN #04-3123184
  3. Indicate whether your gift is unrestricted or designated to a specific purpose or program area you wish to support.
    1. You can also designate the Children's Trust as a successor for your donor advised fund.
    2. Mailing Instructions: 
      Children’s Trust  
      55 Court Street, 4th Fl.  
      Boston, MA 02108 

For questions or more information, please contact Angela Haynes, Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations.