Our mission is to Protect Children, Rebuild Families and Empower Caregivers. We are a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. We believe in stopping the generational cycle of child abuse, neglect, and family violence so broken children do not become broken adults.

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We hope you and your family are staying safe during this time and feeling well. Many people have reached out to ask how they can support SAFFT during this time and we wanted to provide you with multiple ways that you can help

The most immediate way to assist us is by making a one-time or monthly donation to SAFFT by clicking here. This will ensure our ability to continue offering quality services during this challenging time that protect children in foster care, rebuild families, and empower caregivers! And guess what? As a part of the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security AKA Stimulus Bill) that was just signed into law, there are some additional tax breaks above the normal deductions for charitable giving:

For Individual Giving, non-itemizers can now deduct up to $300 in cash charitable contributions in 2020 (and possibly beyond), in addition to claiming the standard deduction.  For those who itemize in 2020, the cap on annual giving for gifts of cash increased from 60% of adjusted gross income (AGI) to 100% of AGI. A donor who uses all of his available deduction for qualified gifts would pay no federal income tax in 2020!

For Corporate Giving, the limitation on deductions for cash contributions in 2020 increases from 10% to 25% of taxable income.  The limitation on deductions for contributions of food inventory in 2020 increases from 15% to 25% of taxable income.
How incredible is that? For more information on this, check out Nasdaq’s article here or if you’re interested in some light reading, check out the CARES Bill itself here.

Make a Tax-Deductible Donation


We are also in great need of cleaning supplies to maintain the health, safety and well-being of our staff and clients during this time. We need the following items in bulk if possible:

  • Lysol
  • Clorox Wipes
  • Paper Towels
  • Ear Thermometer Covers
  • Antibacterial Handsoap
  • Hand Sanitizer

These items are vital to us as we continue to manage our operations and minimize our risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19. We will remain operational as an essential business and continue ensuring services are provided that comply with the court orders and CDC’s recommendations for social distancing.


ImageAnother cool way to show your support is by joining us in our #breakthecycle efforts to stop the generational cycle of child abuse and neglect! You may do so by purchasing a t-shirt here. At SAFFT, our highest priority is to protect and save neglected and abused children. That is why we offer numerous programs and services that help facilitate healing within families recovering from the trauma of abuse. By purchasing a shirt, a portion of the profits come directly back to SAFFT and will allow us to serve more families.

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Finally, as you are doing your normal shopping on Amazon Smile, select us as your charity and they will donate 0.5% of eligible purchases to us. Just enter our unique code for a hassle-free way of supporting us!

We appreciate your support in advance! With your help, together, we can continue to #breakthecycle within families experiencing child abuse and neglect. Please continue to stay safe during this time of uncertainty and know that we are working hard to continue to serve the families that come through SAFFT’s doors.


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It is the last day of Reunification Awareness month. Reunification is considered achieved when both care and custody of a child is returned to the biological parents and the child is discharged from foster care!
We were able to witness and support a young mother of three to reunite with her children after she completed our counseling and supervised visitation program! Today, the family is together in their new home thanks to their mother's hard work and new found independence!
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