Princess for a Day 2019

Thank You!

We had nearly 300 Princesses attend the event, and we truly could not have done it without our wonderful volunteers! We were amazed and incredibly thankful for the dedication, energy, and hard work that every volunteer put into making the day run smoothly! From making sandwiches to curling hair, setting up the venue to helping the princesses find dresses, each and every volunteer made a tremendous impact, and helped make the day magical!

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Thank you!

Our first Virtual Hero for a Day was a great success and couldn't have been done without the help of many of our community members and supporters. Over 50 children and their families tuned into the Zoom webinar and we saw presentations for over 20 different community supporters.

Stay tuned to this page for an official event wrap up and listing of all of our sponsors, volunteers, donors, and supports of this year's event. 

UPDATE (5/13)

Due to the unprecedented nature of COVID-19 and the updated state guidelines for crowd sizes, we have decided to turn Hero for a Day into a virtual event. We take our community measures very seriously and would never cancel or postpone an event unless absolutely necessary. We understand the inconvenience this may cause. We hope our foster community and overall local population will feel rest assured we are doing everything in our power to secure this event, as it means so much to who we are as an organization. Please join us online on July 11th on Zoom and help us make this a successful first virtual event.

Calling All Heroes!

This event allows foster children and community children alike to be transformed into the heroes we know them to be.  Hero For A Day is for children ages 2 to 18 and is a day filled with tons of fun activities designed to create an educational and fun experience for all of our heroes while we raise awareness about our foster care system and the children in it waiting for their forever families. Through Zoom, you and your child will get to see your favorite superheroes, and the local heroes we see saving lives everyday. 

We want to also use this event as an opportunity for our community to thank our local first responders and frontline essential members during this health crisis. Without them, we would not be able to hold this event and continue serving our foster community.

This event is free, but we do ask you to register before the event if you can. Each registration comes with the opportunity to come and pick up a Hero Kit from our office to utilize during the event. If you live out of town and want a kit, we can ship one to you (just pay the cost of shipping). Email events@afamilyforeverychild.org to inquire about your Kit. 

We will contact each registrant individually with details and to give you the Zoom code to log in before it starts.  

Contact us at events@afamilyforeverychild.org with any questions, comments, or concerns!

Photos from past years' Hero for a Day!

This year's Zoom presentation will include:

LEGO building competition provided by Bricks and Minifigs Eugene

Multiple magic tricks provided by Ricardo the Remarkable

Q&A with multiple therapy dogs and dog trainers from FETCH Therapy

Face to face meeting with miniature donkeys provided by Nancy Willard

 

Origami with Alex and Deadpool

Virtual Walkthrough of Cascades Raptor 
Center 

Trivia Dunk Tank with Grocery Outlet

 Virtual Fire Truck tour

...and a few more surprises!

Interested in sponsoring or hosting an activitY?

Contact our Events Team today for more information!  

A Family for Every Child
Events & Development Department
(541) 343-2856
events@afamilyforeverychild.org

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Become a Volunteer Photographer of Foster Youth

A Family For Every Child's Heart Gallery is designed to bring awareness to the foster care system and children that are in search of permanent homes. Professional photographers volunteer their time to take beautiful pictures of children presently in foster care that are waiting for their forever family. A Family For Every Child's Heart Gallery works closely with child welfare partners to coordinate these photo sessions for adoption recruitment.

The Heart Galleries can be seen everywhere: from the grocery store to your church to the car dealership and everywhere in between. The goal of our Heart Gallery is simple-to-open the mind and heart of the viewer to the idea of adoption.

A Family For Every Child is a 501(c)non-profit organization. Your entire donation is tax deductible.

A Family For Every Child promises to: 

  1. Recognize photographer in the newsletter and on the website.
  2. Give photographer an update when the child(ren) they photographed is(are) adopted.
  3. Give the photographer all information and support necessary to make this an enjoyable experience for everyone involved.
  4. Give the photographer an electronic version of the AFFEC logo that can link to AFFEC website. Photographers will be able to display this on their website so that clients and potential clients can see that you have worked with our organization.

How to join

If you would like to become a volunteer photographer, please complete the forms listed on our volunteer page, and we will get back to you with a confirmation and follow up process. 

On the volunteer page, we ask you to read over the following documents as well to make sure you are completely comfortable with all our requests. These documents direct you on picture formats, digital uploading procedures, and "best practices" for getting great photographs of our kids. 

Download the New Photographer Letter

Download the Photographers Procedure, Tips, Guidelines, & FTP information packet.

Tips for Photographers

  1. Please remember that you cannot transport the youth and/or their representatives. 
  2. You should not communicate with the youth prior to or after the photography session without the ok of their caseworker. You will coordinate your involvement with this youth through an authorized adult. 
  3. Each child you photograph was brought into custody of the State at no fault of their own. 
  4. Be respectful of each child and worth of their trust, make them feel special. 
  5. If you feel the need to pose a child, always ask permission before you touch them.
  6. Do not ask the child why they came into foster care or any other personal details of their lives.
  7. Feel free to ask them about their interests, their hobbies. Their favorite sports star, etc.
  8. These kids will blossom under a heavy dose of praise--let them know when they are doing well--offer encouragement--make the time together fun!
  9. YOU ARE NEVER TO BE ALONE WITH ANY OF THE CHILDREN YOU PHOTOGRAPH. THIS IS TO PROTECT YOU AND THEM. PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT A WORKER, FOSTER PARENT OR ADULT CARETAKER IS WITHIN EARSHOT AND EYESIGHT OF YOU AND THE CHILD AT ALL TIMES!

Contact Information

Any questions or concerns can be directed to the contact information below.

Volunteer Coordinator
A Family For Every Child
541.343.2856
877.343.2856
Fax: 541-343-2866
photos@afamilyforeverychild.org

15th Night

Homelessness is an issue felt across the country. Here in the Eugene/Springfield, homelessness is a wide-spread issue that many organizations have been grappling with for years. With the ever increasing population in the Eugene/Springfield areas, the housing market has become more competitive, which has increased rent, utility costs, and availability of housing. Although the population experiencing homelessness has remained relatively consistent throughout the last few years, waiting lists for subsidized housing and housing assistance programs continue to grow longer and longer. Many people turn to the Eugene Mission to seek temporary housing, especially during the cold winter months. However, if you are an unaccompanied youth and you are experiencing homelessness, gaining access to resources is more difficult.

Youth under the age of 18 are unable to access many food distribution resources, shelters, and resource centers due to their status as a minor. For those between the ages of 18 and 23, the available resources are oftentimes not appropriate and young people can find themselves interacting with populations they have not encountered yet. In order to fill this gap in resources for youth, the 15th Night has created a community coalition that acts as a safety net for young people experiencing homelessness.

The 15th Night is a broad community partnership designed to prevent youth from going out on the street and to intervene quickly if they do. Instead of creating a new 501(c)3, the 15th Night created a coalition of existing non-profits, businesses, and community leaders all focused on providing services to work on prevention and intervention. The 15th Night has created organizational objectives for the coalition:

  • Reduce youth dropout rates due to homelessness
  • Inform our community and youth of the dangers street life can bring
  • Create a culture of caring throughout our community towards at-risk youth
  • Help our community to better understand what their participation could do for a homeless youth
  • Create accessibility for homeless youth in regards to community resources and assistance


How Does AFFEC Fit into the Network?

A Family For Every Child will be providing three services to the 15th Night network: mentoring, family finding, and host homes. AFFEC has been providing both mentoring and family finding to the community for almost a decade, however the host homes is a new program that was created to fill the housing gap in our community. To learn more about ...

We are also looking for community members to join the movement and volunteer in a number of ways. If you are interested in volunteering in either capacity:

  • Fill out a volunteer application.
  • Select the appropriate boxes for either mentor, family finding volunteer, or host home.

Host Homes

Having a safe and stable place to call home is an immeasurably important resource that many of us take for granted. AFFEC will be providing homes for youth referred to the 15th Night network, who are maintaining regular attendance at school, so they can experience this necessity, while completing their secondary education. The host home matching system is mirrored after that of our mentoring program, in that it matches youth with volunteers on a strengths and needs basis. These homes are split into two categories- short term and long term. Short term housing providers will house a youth as they enter the program, for up to 30 days, unless a bond is formed between the pair. While staying in this home, the youth will work with AFFEC to determine who can provide them with the most successful long term placement. The long term housing providers will house the youth for the duration of the high school career. This sounds like a big commitment and it is. Housing providers are not allotted monthly stipends for supporting the youth and they assume a parental role in the relationship. However, the pair will be supported throughout the duration of their match by AFFEC and the 15th Night network. By being connected to the network, AFFEC can help youth get their Oregon ID, food stamps, clothing vouchers, and other necessities. It is not expected that those taking youth into their homes will take on a heavy financial burden when providing this service. However, we do have certain requirements to be a host home. Housing providers must:
  • Have an available, private bedroom for the youth that has a bed, a window, and space for them to store their belongings.
  • Have at least one adult, age 21+, who permanently resides in the home.
  • Have smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.
  • Have either renters or house insurance.
  • Have an economically stable living situation.
If you believe that you could provide a youth in need with a place in your home, AFFEC encourages you to apply. The process for becoming one of our housing providers is as follows:
  1. Fill out a volunteer application. If you are looking at the form and Host Home is not listed, fill out the mentor portion of the application and indicate that you are applying for Host Homes.
  2. Complete a background check and pass a sex offender registry check.
  3. Pass a reference check. You will provide 4 references in your volunteer application that the program director will contact individually.
  4. Have a home study completed. This involves a member of the AFFEC staff asking you a series of questions and touring your home.
  5. Complete the orientation period which includes 16 hours of training at our office and online. You also will need CPR certification.
If you have any additional questions regarding the program, do not hesitate in contacting: Permanency Director
permanency@afamilyforeverychild.org
(541) 343-2856 
1675 W 11th Ave. Eugene, OR 97402

Orientation and Training

A Family For Every Child Adoption Agency holds orientations & information nights on a monthly basis for families interested in starting the home study process at various locations throughout Oregon.

Orientation

If you would like to attend to learn about how we can help you with your home study, please contact adoption@afamilyforeverychild.org to RSVP, obtain the parent packet. and get directions to the meeting location. Please call 541-343-2856 to make a reservation and get directions to the orientation meeting location!

Information Nights

By registering for an upcoming meeting in your area you will receive a copy of our Parent Packet to review, a confirmed seat in the session, and a reminder phone call before the meeting. To register for one of the in person information nights, please email adoption@afamilyforeverychild.org with the date you would like to attend and the number of people in your party. Space is limited, so be sure to register now. 

Information Nights (Eugene Office)
Information Nights (Eugene Office)

Are you interested in taking your first step towards adoption?! Please join us for our adoption information night! This is where you can learn about the general process of adoption and get all of your questions answered! There are a couple options every month!
Come into our Eugene Office for an friendly in-person Information meeting! Please RSVP for more information!
Information Nights are 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:00pm to 7:30 pm – this is in our Office

Upcoming Dates RSVP
Adoption Support Group
Adoption Support Group

Monthly meeting for family's at any stage of the adoption process; from just thinking about it to already finalized, everyone is welcome. We will discuss pertinent topics regarding the adoption process, challenging behaviors, expectations and lot more. This will be a great opportunity for adoptive parents to meet and share ideas.

Third Sunday of each month at Old Nick's Pub in Eugene

Upcoming Dates RSVP

Adoption Training in the Pacific Northwest

Every state requires you to receive training before becoming an adoptive parent, though the specific content and hours of these trainings will vary depending on location. The training is intended to prepare prospective parents to better understand and care for children coming out of the foster care system. An overview of issues such as general child development, the behaviors trauma may cause in children, and how to best manage behaviors and support the new member of your family, will be addressed throughout the meetings. 

Oregon Training

By District

FREE Adoption Foundations Training for Oregon Residents

This class is a three-day series and is offered to help prospective parents become better prepared to adopt or foster children with special needs. The training fulfills an Oregon DHS requirement for adopting or fostering children in state care. (This class meets the minimum requirements for Oregon “Foundations Training”). The class is open to all families pursuing foster care or the adoption of children from foster care who reside in Oregon. Space is limited, reservations required. To sign up please call 503-232-1211 or email. bhartman@christianfamilyadoptions.org .

Topics Covered Include

Foster Care vs. Adoption
Separation and Loss
Attachment
Adopting the Sexually Abused Child
Adoption/Foster Care and Effects on the Family
Child Development
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Fetal Alcohol Effects
Positive Behavior Management
Cultural Diversity and Honoring a Child’s Heritage
Understanding the Adoption and Foster Care Process

Washington Training

Other State Training

Get Involved

Thank you for your interest in A Family For Every Child.   Children throughout the country await loving homes and A Family For Every Child seeks to find “Forever Families” for each one of these special children.

There are many different ways to donate to A Family For Every Child.   Below, you can see some of the many ways you can make a difference in a child’s life.   Please click on any of the options to find out more information about each method of making a difference in a child’s life.

Intern with us

Learn by doing while earning course credit. We have a large number of internship positions in all areas of our operation.

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Legacy Giving

Legacy giving allows you the opportunity to know the fruits of your life’s labors will change the world in good and lasting ways.

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Heart Gallery Venue

Allow us to display Heart Gallery children at your place of business. One of your associates has the potential to be their “Forever Family.”

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Share our Site

We hope you like this site and will share this site with your friends and family. This form sends a quick e-mail to them with our link.

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Professional Photographer

Are you a professional photographer? Would you like to help kids find their “Forever Families” by photographing their unique attributes?

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Mentor

Help foster children experience ‘the good life’ by exposing them to positive influences, fun activities, and life skills that most people take for granted.

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Our Wish List

Help the Heart Gallery fulfill our wish list.

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Volunteer

Volunteer in any, or many, of the Heart Gallery programs from administration to “Family Finding” to LifeBook creation.

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Life Books

Help foster children remember their roots and connect with their past by creating LifeBooks.

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Event Donations

We are always in need of donations for our yearly Princess for A Day event!

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Family Preservation Program

There are families in our community at risk for child abuse and/or neglect. These families need guidance to move on from the past and into the next chapter of their lives, learning how to make positive changes for themselves and their families.

What is the FAMILY PRESERVATION PROGRAM?

AFFEC's Family Preservation Program focuses on keeping the family unit together. We believe these early and often preventative steps can make the difference between a family successfully parenting their children and losing them to the foster care system. Effective family preservation efforts could keep many children from the trauma of entering foster care. AFFEC utilizes informal (self-referrals and community partners) and formal (DHS) referral processes, as well as AFFEC's own programs to identify families in need.

AFFEC's Family Preservation Program is an intervention and prevention program that is both culturally responsive and community-based. Through this program, parents and their children/youth become empowered to create positive and long term changes for their families.

AFFEC's Family Preservation Program utilizes mutual support (the giving and getting of help). Parent mentors lead by example to achieve personal growth, improve family functioning, and achieve parental and child/youth resilience.

Our Family Preservation and Parent Mentor program works with families to bring about constructive change through support, guidance, instruction and training. The ultimate goal is to maintain children safely at home in order to spare them the trauma of separation.

Keeping the Family Unit Together

Parents are looking for a supportive, non-judgmental environment to learn new parenting strategies and develop leadership and advocacy skills for their families.   AFFEC recognizes the strengths and knowledge of families and the key role they play in the lives of not only their own family members, but in the lives of other families on a similar journey.

AFFEC's Family Preservation Program   is a Parent Mentor Program that supports families connecting with one another throughout the community.   This program pairs parents with trained mentors who can provide support, encouragement, and information on ways to advocate for your child and family.

At present, the Family Preservation program is generally available only in Lane County, Oregon because of budget and resource limitations. We are interested in expanding the program in cost-effective ways; if you or your organization are interested in helping to expand it, please get in touch!

It Takes a Village and Neighbors Help Neighbors

Every day mentors use their time and their gifts to strengthen families and communities. What we are offering is the gift of time; a hand up rather than a handout. Money can help in many different ways as we are all aware; taking time to empower individuals and give them the tools to become better parents to a child who is part of our community is priceless. Many work hard to deal with the challenges of environments where unemployment, violence, and drugs are taking their toll. In the face of these obstacles, community residents look for the connections to vital resources to improve their odds of succeeding. How important and valuable is the simple gift of friendship? How rewarding would it be to pass on valuable life skills to a person or family in need of a hand up to the next step in life?

Parent Mentors

Matches are based on the needs expressed by the family, so each family is able to determine the kind of mentor they need.

We work with families as a team to see to it that the family is provided services and training (e.g., job training, job search assistance, housing, anger management training, and respite care). There is monthly reporting and interaction with all the members of the team. Qualitative outcomes we seek include strengthening parent-child attachment, at risk families and others marginalized by the system. The Parent Mentor Team is made up of clinical staff, case managers and Parent Mentor who provide individual and group treatment to parents, their children and other family members. Services are provided in the family's home as well as in community settings.

The Basics of Adoption

Step 1: Getting Started

You have made the decision to adopt. The next step is choosing the right agency; this choice can make a huge difference in your adoption journey. First, you will need to contact an agency licensed in your state about completing your adoption home study. Here are some questions you might consider asking to discover which agency is the best fit for you. 

A Family For Every Child serves children and families nationally and we are happy to help you in any way we can. Our goal is to ensure that you and the children who are waiting are able to find their "Forever Family". By filling out our Registration Form, you can help us to help you! We will email you urgent placement requests and newsletters, case workers can find your strengths and preferences from the information you supply in our secure database, and there is no cost or obligation!

Step 2: Initial Orientation

Initial Orientation is a meeting in which you will be given a basic understanding of:

  • The Adoption Program, policies, and procedures of the Adoption Agency
  • Who the children are: the needs and characteristics of children available for adoption through state foster care systems
  • The attachment, separation, grief and loss, abuse, neglect, or traumas that children have experienced
  • The role and responsibility of adoptive parents
  • The importance of cultural and ethnic identity to a child
  • The importance of birth parents
  • The process you will need to go through and the next steps on your journey
  • Background checks
  • The Parent Packet application process
  • The home study/assessment
  • The length of the process with approximate timelines
  • The rights and responsibilities of the adoptive family and the Adoption Agency
  • The family selection/matching process

Step 3: Adoptive Parent Training

Each state requires training to become an adoptive parent; what this training consists of varies by state.  The training sessions vary by area/location, 4 to 10 weeks, or weekend sessions.  Feel free to check out our training page to see what is available in your area. The training sessions are designed to:

  • Prepare prospective parents to better understand a child who comes out of the foster care system
  • Prepare you for adoption
  • Challenge you to grow and develop as a parent
  • Help you consider: what type of child can I successfully parent?  Am I able to parent a child who has been neglected and/or abused to some degree?

Step 4: Parent Application Process

This is where you will want to narrow down the agency that you will choose to go with to complete your home study process.  You will want to make sure that you feel comfortable with the agency that you choose.  The steps for each agency may differ in training, timelines, and when items need to be completed and returned. The application provided by agencies will often include:

  • Reference letters
  • Fingerprint/criminal history background checks on each applicant
  • Financial documents
  • Medical reports
  • Marriage and/or Divorce Decree
  • Biography/life sketch
  • Child preferences
  • What brought you to adoption

Step 5: Home Study Process

A home study is a report that is required to determine the eligibility of adoptive parents.  A home study can only be used for one adoption (sibling groups are considered one if done at the same time). Home studies are kept confidential and are only shared with professionals involved with the adoption. Fees for home studies vary from each agency.

During this step, you will meet your adoption worker, who will be responsible for writing your home study. You may click here and scroll down to view the profiles of our adoption workers. They will meet with you in your home to talk about your personal history, family relationships, what brought you to the decision of adoption, and the supports/resources available to you. They will determine if your home is safe and has sufficient space for the adopted child/children. This process will help you and the agency make the best possible decisions about whether placement of the child/children will work out and determine the characteristics of the children whom you will be most successful parenting.

Once information is gathered and interviews have taken place with the adoption worker, there may be a time of waiting. The home study/assessment will need to be written; during this step of your journey please try to be patient. While you wait for the home study process to be completed, we recommend that families do some reading, research, and connect with other adoptive parents or support groups to prepare for the next phases of the adoption process.

Step 6: Matching/Selection

During the matching/selection phase, you and the agency you have chosen will work together to find the child/children that will be the best match for your family. We have a Matching Assistance Program that operates throughout the U.S. to help families in completing this step.

We pride ourselves on having a current and reliable web listing of children waiting for their adoptive family. The matching process can be very challenging and frustrating. Many families have a difficult time finding children to submit on as well as being considered and notified by the caseworkers. We encourage families to be patient and not to lose hope. Every state differs in how they make the selection of where to place children. In some states, the caseworker of the child makes the decision; in other states, it is decided by a committee of people.

Understand who will be submitting our home study on children (you, your adoption worker, etc) and how often. In some cases, you will be given a copy of your home study to submit on children while some agencies prefer that they submit your home study. The term "submitting on a child" means to give the child's social worker your paperwork showing that you feel you are a good match. Some agencies will submit on children out of state and other agencies will only submit on children in your state. Out-of-state adoption can be more work than in-state adoption. For details, see our Heart Gallery FAQ and tutorial on the ICPC.

Step 7: Placement

Placement begins once you have been selected as the "Forever Family" for a child/children. 

  • Make sure you have the necessary information about the child/children
  • Make sure your resources are in place ahead of time
  • Talk with schools, counselors, therapist, physicians, dentist, child care, and support groups

Post placement reports are required until the adoption is finalized.  These reports may be done by your adoption worker and/or another social worker.  The number of post placement visits/reports varies depending on the state requirements.  Are you ready to start? A child is waiting for their "Forever Family"; you could be the one to make a difference!

Information Nights

A Family For Every Child Adoption Agency holds an Adoption Information Session for families interested in starting the home study process at various locations throughout Oregon. By registering for an upcoming meeting in your area you will receive a copy of our Parent Packet to review, a confirmed seat in the session, and a reminder phone call before the meeting.

To register for one of the in person information nights, please email adoption@afamilyforeverychild.org with the date you would like to attend and the number of people in your party. Space is limited, so be sure to register now!

Information Nights (Eugene Office)
Information Nights (Eugene Office)

Are you interested in taking your first step towards adoption?! Please join us for our adoption information night! This is where you can learn about the general process of adoption and get all of your questions answered! There are a couple options every month!
Come into our Eugene Office for an friendly in-person Information meeting! Please RSVP for more information!
Information Nights are 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:00pm to 7:30 pm – this is in our Office

Upcoming Dates RSVP
Adoption Support Group
Adoption Support Group

Monthly meeting for family's at any stage of the adoption process; from just thinking about it to already finalized, everyone is welcome. We will discuss pertinent topics regarding the adoption process, challenging behaviors, expectations and lot more. This will be a great opportunity for adoptive parents to meet and share ideas.

Third Sunday of each month at Old Nick's Pub in Eugene

Upcoming Dates RSVP

Template – Orientation Information

Information Nights (Eugene Office)
Information Nights (Eugene Office)

Are you interested in taking your first step towards adoption?! Please join us for our adoption information night! This is where you can learn about the general process of adoption and get all of your questions answered! There are a couple options every month!
Come into our Eugene Office for an friendly in-person Information meeting! Please RSVP for more information!
Information Nights are 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:00pm to 7:30 pm – this is in our Office

Upcoming Dates RSVP
Adoption Support Group
Adoption Support Group

Monthly meeting for family’s at any stage of the adoption process; from just thinking about it to already finalized, everyone is welcome. We will discuss pertinent topics regarding the adoption process, challenging behaviors, expectations and lot more. This will be a great opportunity for adoptive parents to meet and share ideas.

Third Sunday of each month at Old Nick’s Pub in Eugene

Upcoming Dates RSVP

Donate Your Car

Donate for Charity creates and manages donation programs that enable donors to make a significant contribution to their favorite nonprofit through an easy process, guided by experts in the auto donation industry.

Why donate your vehicle?

Your car donation directly benefits A Family For Every Child. Donate For Charity distributes the funds raised from the sale of your vehicle donation directly to AFFEC to help maintain and expand our efforts and programs.

The IRS allows vehicle donors to receive a tax deduction on their vehicles. Donate for Charity is also a convenient way to get rid of unwanted vehicles while helping a great cause.

How to Donate

  1. Complete the form on Donate for Charity's Website or call 866-392-4483 to start the donation process.
  2. Your vehicle will be picked up within 3 days. After the vehicle is auctioned off or purchased by a salvage company for parts, you will receive your receipt necessary for a tax deduction.
  3. A Family For Every Child will then receive the funds from your car donation!