For over sixteen years, SCBF has successfully created and instituted programs, seminars, lectures and conferences for civic, educational, and governmental bodies to address childhood trauma, and has been a thought-leader in exposing the social and economic implications when the proper resources are not available.
And we’ve been doing it with a handful of local foundation grants, board and community donations, all volunteer staff and support, and minimal overhead due to generous in-kind donations of office space and related expenses.
But we can’t continue to make this kind of dramatic impact, let alone fill the ever-growing need of young people suffering from trauma in our schools and our communities without strong partnerships and a firm commitment to expand.
The need is so great. We have schools and facilities and districts on a waiting list, young people who desperately need our services, who we simply cannot help because we lack the resources, leadership, capital, and partnerships.
If you're looking for a chance to make a difference in this world, by investing in the young people we serve, then reach out below to express how you would like to contribute.
If you're company is looking for a chance to partner with a non-profit that is changing the world by investing in young people, then contact us today!
Looking to Volunteer?
Are you looking to make a meaningful contribution in the lives of young people? Are you passionate, energetic, and ready to roll up your sleeves and get involved in something truly life-changing?
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Need an Internship?
Are you a college student looking for real-world experience in child advocacy, social service, or the impact of the arts and mindfulness on traumatized youth?
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Every bit helps.
Every bit helps. Remember, just $2 dollars a day will provide an entire year of SCBF programming.
We’ve helped to change the lives of over 20,000 young people, to unlock their potential, to rescript their future, to literally rewrite their DNA. But our work is just beginning, and we need your help.
Help us help them find their wings, because we believe that