Every child deserves a safe and healthy home. By supporting parents, investing in families, and equipping advocates, we can help every child living in Orange County live free of neglect and abuse.
Explore the many ways that your donation can positively impact the families and children we serve and support.
Learn more about our Annual Blue Ribbon Month Campaign and other core initiatives for child and family well-being in Orange County.
There are many ways to volunteer, join our team today and start changing the lives of children in our community.
For an organization that is nearly 50 years old, 2020 represented one of the most difficult years in our history.
Child abuse and neglect reporting plummeted by nearly 50%, Family Resource Centers were required to work remotely for a time and all in-person events such as the Annual Pathways to Prevention Conference and Blue Ribbon Kickoff had to be cancelled for the first time in our organization’s history.
Despite these difficulties, The Raise Foundation remained steadfast in its mission and adapted to meet the new needs. TRF conducted more food distributions than ever before, provided direct support to families and children during challenging times of need and reached as many as 600 child-serving professionals in one training!
Explore the roots of Orange County’s Child Abuse Prevention Council.
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Track the impact that we have made and how you can help shape our future.
The Raise Foundation has crafted bilingual public awareness materials addressing Kaitlyn’s Law and distributes these in-person and digitally throughout the year.
This committee was constructed to discuss and review mandated reporting procedures, protocols and data in Orange County.
Blue Ribbon Committee Meetings convene on the 3rd Thursdays of Every Month, beginning in August 2021.
Love is not patronizing and charity isn't about pity, it is about love. Charity and love are the same -- with charity you give love, so don't just give money but reach out your hand instead.