CFC is an all-volunteer community-benefit organization. With low overhead, 90% of our public funding goes directly to program that are offered at no cost to low-income families living with parental mental illness. To keep our programs free of charge, we rely on the generosity of our partners, funders, and the community. Your donation provides support and scholarships to improve the lives of families in need.
Please consider making a donation to help vulnerable families. To learn how you can help, please contact our executive director, Evan Kaplan.
We are always looking for volunteers to donate their time and enthusiasm. You can lend a hand in many ways. Contact us and we can explore them together. Nearly all of us are volunteers, and we treat them all with the utmost respect, and offer them roles with important responsibilities. This atmosphere makes for exciting and rewarding work that instills pride in all of us.
If you’re interested in volunteering, please contact us.
CFC actively seeks grant opportunities that focus on behavioral health, children and families, employment opportunities, the disabled and disadvantaged, community issues, and other relevant challenges.
Grant funding allows us to continue serving families. For more information, please contact us.