Planned giving provides 4 ways for supporters to share their legacy and ensure that contributions are used towards preventing child abuse and neglect over the long term in Contra Costa County.

  • Make a Bequest – Have your attorney review the following clause and include it in your will to give a specific amount: “I give and bequeath the Child Abuse Prevention Council of Contra Costa County (tax identification number 68-0046163), located in Concord, Ca, the sum of ______________________________ dollars $_______________________.
  • Name the Child Abuse Prevention Council of Contra Costa County as a beneficiary of your retirement plan.
  • Name the Child Abuse Prevention Council of Contra Costa County as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy.
  • Create a charitable remainder trust. Contribute cash, stocks or real estate to a charitable trust and receive an immediate income tax deduction, a tax-free bypass of capital gains and income for life.

For more information regarding CAPC’s child abuse prevention programs, services and resources, call (925) 798-0546. We appreciate your support.

Quotes

“I told my daughter that someone touched me as an 8 year old girl but I didn't tell my mom until I was 22 years old. She yelled, "Why didn't you tell a safe adult?!" I told her that we were never taught that we should. We just sat in shame. This program is amazing and THANK YOU!”

— Anonymous

Success Stories

Miriam’s story

“My name is Miriam, I have two daughters ages 8 and 2. When I learned about Crianza con Carino Nurturing Parenting Program (NPP), it didn’t sound very interesting because I had the idea that no one is capable of teaching you how to parent your children. It never crossed my mind that my way of […]

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Socorro’s story

  “The Nurturing Parenting Program (NPP) for parents of children with special needs and health concerns came into my life at the perfect time. My name is Socorro. My oldest son was an easy going child, and it was fun to watch him grow. Then, I became pregnant and got the news I was going to have triplets. […]

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