Ways To Give

What would you give to keep a child safe?

1 in 10 children experience child abuse before the age of 18. SafeSpot is the only Center in Fairfax County that offers a safe space for children to be heard and not feel alone, and where justice, safety, and healing come together to empower survivors and their families to thrive.

SafeSpot is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, all donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. EIN: 46-1358388. Please contact Heather O’Malley at 703-385-5437 or Homalley@SafeSpotFairfax.org with any questions.

On behalf of those we serve, thank you for your support!  

Make a one-time donation today! Click here

Your investment in SafeSpot is an investment in the safety and well-being of children in our community. SafeSpot has been awarded a 4-Star Rating from Charity Navigator,  the Platinum Seal of Transparency from GuideStar and was selected by the Spur Local (formerly Catalogue for Philanthropy) as a charity of choice – demonstrating our commitment to being good stewards of your generous donation.

SafeSpot accepts donations of cash, check, credit, and appreciated stock. Checks can be made out to SafeSpot and mailed to: SafeSpot, PO Box 148, Fairfax, VA 22038

Join the Circle of Hope Click here

Become a member of the Circle of Hope by making a pledge of $1,000 or more per year for 3 years. Your multi-year commitment lets us know that you stand with SafeSpot and our partners in the pursuit of safety, justice, and healing for children and families in need – not just today, but tomorrow and each day after. Members of the Circle of Hope receive invitations to exclusive SafeSpot events, as well as regular updates on the impact of their sustaining support.

Join the Healing Hearts Society Click here

Make a monthly, recurring contribution of $15 or more and join the Healing Hearts Society. Monthly donations allow us to bring our mission to life every day for the children and families who need us. Members of the Healing Hearts Society believe that every child deserves to have a safe, healthy future. And because they know a child’s future isn’t built by being here one time, they’ve made a commitment to be here all the time.

To become a volunteer Click here

SafeSpot Children’s Advocacy Center of Fairfax County is looking for the support of passionate individuals to help our clients feel safe and taken care of.  Come participate in one of our monthly Volunteer Orientations with our Program Coordinator. Our clients need some extra help with child supervision while they meet with the variety of professionals working at our center. You can be that person who accompanies a family in need.

Purchase an item from our Amazon Wish List Click here

SafeSpot serves more than 50 children and their families each month. From snacks and drinks, to coloring books and toys, to art therapy supplies, it can be pricy to run a Children’s Advocacy Center. But you can help by purchasing items from our Amazon Wish list, which is updated regularly with our latest needs. Items are automatically shipped directly to our Center and put to use immediately! You can find our Amazon Wishlist here.

Create Your Own Fundraiser for SafeSpot Click here

Inspire your friends, family, and coworkers by hosting a fundraiser or collection drive. Create a fundraiser through Facebook or Instagram by adding the donate button to your post. Organize your church to collect gift cards or snacks. There are any number of ways you can engage your network in supporting SafeSpot and the children and families we serve. Looking for ideas? Call us at 703-385-5437.

Leave a Lasting Legacy Click here

Have you considered what you will leave to the world after you are gone? By designating SafeSpot as a recipient in your estate plan, IRA plan, or life insurance policy, you are ensuring that SafeSpot will continue to be here for vulnerable children and families in the years ahead. To learn how you can make the most impactful gift of all, contact Heather O’Malley at 703-385-5437 or Homalley@SafeSpotFairfax.org.

“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.”
- Helen Keller