Giving Tuesday (And BEYOND)

Giving Tuesday has come and gone…so now what?

Giving Tuesday is an opportunity for people around the world to use their individual power of generosity to remain connected and support their communities. It’s a day when everyone comes together to give back in all forms-acts of kindness, gifts of voice, time, talent or treasure. At a time when we are all experiencing the pandemic, generosity is what brings people of all races, faiths, and political views together across the globe. Generosity gives everyone the power to make a positive change in the lives of others and is a fundamental value anyone can act on. It also doesn’t just have to be limited to ONE DAY a year. Generosity extends beyond that one day of giving.

We all have gifts to give, and with social media, online giving, delivery, mail, and phones, there are limitless ways to use your generosity to support others.  

Your donation goes to support and grow our programs, providing FREE supplies and support to those youth impacted by foster care, and their caregivers. Don’t know how much to donate? Here are different financial levels to show you the power of your donation amount.


$15– Helps pay for 4-pack of NEW Dr. Brown’s bottles (frequently requested for babies in care)

$25– Can pay for 1 pack of NEW underwear and 1 pack of NEW socks for one youth

$25 – Helps pay for personal hygiene kit for 1 young adult

$50–  Can pay for Bath time Fun Kit- includes hooded towel/washcloth set, soap/wash/lotion set, fun toys, safety temp rubber duck

$50– Can pay for 1 gaming or music gift card for teen/youth adult

$100– Helps pay for Home Safety Kit: includes first aid kit, smoke/co2 detector, outlet covers and other baby/kit proofing equipment  

$100– Pays for Diapers for a month

$135– Can help provide for 1 Sensory Kit- includes weighted blanket, noise cancelling headphones, 5 various fidgets, scented stuffy/lap pad, sensory diet cards or another combination of items depending on age and needs of youth

$150– Can pay for costs to have Resource Center open for a 4-hour shift

$200-Helps pay for a 4-hour coaching session with a Positive Discipline Coach

$250– Can provide for a Teen Shopping Outing: gift cards to various stores

$400– Pays for a bike, helmet and supplies for older youth to use as transportation for school or to and from work

$500– Pays for utilities for a month at our Resource Center

$650– Pays for a Guest Speaker for Trauma Informed Care Training 

**When you make a donation using this information, your donation will be used to support the programs of OVC that connect youth and caregivers to FREE needed supplies and support. Items listed here are representative of the services and supplies that are part of our programs.

Donate today to help support a youth affected by foster care.

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