100% of Your Donation Stays in Hawai‘i

Click on our secure server to make a donation to Child & Family Service.

We accept unrestricted* monetary gifts on our website using Visa, MasterCard and American Express.

OPTIONS:
  • Make a one-time donation via credit card;
  • Make a pledge for future donations;
  • Print the form and mail a check payable to Child & Family Service (address below).
    (Please do not mail cash. Mahalo.)
Your generosity is greatly appreciated!

* Unrestricted gifts are one of the most important gifts for a nonprofit as they help fund our most pressing needs.

We treat your information as confidential; we do not sell our mailing lists.


Other ways to donate:

CHARGE BY PHONE:
Development & Communications Office (808) 543-8413

or fax in your credit card donation to (808) 524-8383


MAIL IN A DONATION:
Mail check to:

Child & Family Service
Development & Communications Office
1001 Bishop St., Suite 780 Honolulu, HI 96813





STOCK DONATIONS:
We are pleased to accept donations of stock. Please download the Letter of Intent to Donate Stock or contact the Development office at (808) 543-8413.


DEFERRED / PLANNED GIFTS:
Child & Family Service has been providing programs to support Hawaii’s families for more than 100 years. Future gifts are meaningful ways to help ensure our sustainability through the next 100 years, while honoring the legacy of the donor. Interested in learning more? Click here for more information.


IN-KIND:
If you have In-Kind donations (item donations), click here for more information.






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Why We Give . . .

“I want to be sure that CFS is here for people like me who want a better life than the one we are born into.”

“As a father and Board member, I am committed to supporting the CFS mission for the sake of one child being spared the trauma of domestic violence; one at-risk teenage girl to learn how to protect herself from sexual assault or other forms of violence; one troubled youth to graduate high school rather than drop out; one of our kupuna to remain living at home independently.”

“I want to effect change.”

“I’m investing in the future of our community by helping to build stronger families.”





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