Your donation will help us to:
- Fund programs that alleviate childhood adversity
- Raise awareness of at-risk children
- Create a support network for kids in need
GIVE A CHILD THE GIFT OF FREEDOM FROM POVERTY, PAIN AND HELPLESSNESS
The Inspire Children Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of disadvantaged children. We fund nonprofit projects that prevent and resolve the harmful effects of early childhood adversity.
We know that adverse life experiences such as poverty, abuse, neglect or loss can crush the spirit of a young child and cause lasting physical, psychological and behavioral impairments—even premature death. Toxic stress, caused by adversity and trauma, is especially detrimental to children in their first five years of life when their brains and bodies are most rapidly developing.
“Toxic stress can harm children for life.” — American Academy of Pediatrics
Our goal is to provide resources that mitigate the traumatic stress and encourage healing and resilience. We envision a world in which all children are able to reach their full potential and have the healthy, happy, productive lives they deserve.
CHILDREN ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO HURT.
WE SEEK TO HEAL THE HURTS AND HELP KIDS THRIVE.
The Inspire Children Foundation is dedicated to protecting vulnerable
children from the harmful effects of trauma and adversity. We raise
funds to sponsor programs that prevent and resolve the traumatic stress
caused by early childhood adversity.
INSPIRED LIVING AND INSPIRED GIVING GO HAND IN HAND!
Proceeds from this newly published book, "The Inspiration Garden: Simple Ways to Grow a Good Life" go to support the Inspire Children Foundation. This how-to guide and workbook is filled with thought provoking questions and purposeful suggestions designed to help you flourish in any area of life. Help inspire the life of a child in need and discover how to grow a good life for yourself and others at the same time.
Did You Know?
“In the U.S. today, over 20 million children suffer the effects of trauma.” — Center for Disease Control