Introducing CHILD CRISIS ARIZONA merging together the 70-year legacy of Crisis Nursery, Inc. and Child Crisis Center. Join us as we grow stronger. Learn more.

How You Can Help

Stronger when YOU join us, we’ll grow together. Through the gift of your hours, we can better support the vulnerable. Through the gift of your resources, we can better prevent neglect. With voices and hands joined, every CHILD CRISIS ARIZONA heart beats stronger.

As an independent, nonprofit organization philanthropic support from individual donors, corporations and foundations are a major source of our financial support. We rely on it in fact.

More than a 40 percent of our annual revenue comes directly from philanthropic support. Child Crisis Arizona could not meet our mission to protect vulnerable children without the support of our generous donors.

Dedicated supporters make it possible to provide safety for kids and families through donations of time, money and new goods from our wish lists.

Donate now

There are many opportunities to help beyond cash donations. Individuals and groups can volunteer their time, host a collection drive, plan an activity to do with the children in our shelter, create caring kits, clean and sanitize the playgrounds, donate items during holidays and back to school.

In effort to provide what is best for the children in our care, we are no longer able to accept used in-kind donations. Our goal is to provide the children we serve with quality, long-lasting items, maybe for the first time in their lives. In-kind donations are vital to Child Crisis Arizona, we thank you for your generous support. If you do have used items to donate, please consider bringing the items to these closest Goodwill locations:

Donations Keep Our Programs Running

Even Small Amounts Have Big Impact

Our emergency shelters offer safe, stable home-like environments for kids in crisis. A donation in any amount helps us provide safe haven for kids in desperate need.

$10: Buys a child new pajamas
$25: One day of nutritional meals for a child.
$75: One hour of tutoring for four children.
$250: 24 hours of shelter and services to one child. This includes supervision and safety, food, clothing, counseling services, case management, a warm bed and a myriad of other services.
$250: A week’s supply of milk.
$500: Individual therapy sessions for one child during an average stay.
$600: 1 room of safe beds with clean linens and fresh pillows for four children.
$1,000: A new outfit each for 50 children.

Child Crisis Arizona’s classes and workshops are funded entirely by donations.