Hospital for Sick Children Foundation
The Hospital for Sick Children, corporately branded as SickKids, is a major pediatric teaching hospital located on University Avenue in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Toronto.
Harlem Children's Zone
New York, NY
The Harlem Children's Zone is a non-profit organization for poverty-stricken children and families living in Harlem, providing free support in the form of parenting workshops, a pre-school program, three charter schools, and child-oriented health programs for thousands of children and families. The HCZ is "aimed at doing nothing less than breaking the cycle of generational poverty for the thousands of children and families it serves." In part because not enough time has passed, there is not evidence available that the HCZ achieves its central goal.
New York, NY
Children's Aid is a private, child welfare nonprofit in New York City, founded in 1853 as the Orphan Train originator, by Yale College graduate, Charles Loring Brace. With an annual budget of over $100 million, 45 citywide sites, and over 1,200 full-time employees, CAS is one of America's oldest and largest children's nonprofits.
Youth Villages is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to helping emotionally and behaviorally troubled children and their families live successfully. We help more than 25,000 children and families each year from more than 20 states and Washington, D.C. Our Evidentiary Family Restoration /how-we-succeed/evidentiary-family-restoration.aspx™ approach involves intensive work with the child and family, a focus on measuring outcomes, keeping children in the community whenever safely possible, and providing accountability to families and funders. The EFR approach produces lasting success for children with success rates twice that of traditional services at one-third the cost of traditional care.
New York, NY
Covenant House is the largest privately funded agency in the Americas providing shelter, food, immediate crisis care, and an array of other services to homeless and runaway youth.
Children's Home Society of Florida
Established in 1902, Children's Home Society of Florida (CHS) is one of Florida's oldest private nonprofit organizations providing services to children and families. CHS delivers a unique spectrum of social services designed to protect children at risk of abuse, neglect or abandonment; to strengthen and stabilize families; to help young people break the cycle of abuse and neglect; and to find safe, loving homes for children. Last year, CHS helped to improve the lives of more than 90,000 children and family members. Nationally accredited since 1982 by the Council on Accreditation (COA), CHS is headquartered in Winter Park, Fla. Our 14 divisions blanket the state, with nearly 2,000 dedicated, trained staff members delivering child-focused, family-centered care.
New York, NY
The Educational Alliance currently serves 50,000 New Yorkers annually via 38 programs, including preschools, camps, after school programs, senior centers, health & wellness programs, arts & culture classes, counseling services, and addiction recovery programs. All programs feature intergenerational and cross-cultural activities, bringing together people from different backgrounds and age groups so they can learn from and with each other.
Starr Commonwealth's mission is to create positive environments where children flourish. A full continuum of community-based, family preservation, early intervention, and specialized residential programs are offered in michigan. Education and training programs are offered for childcare professionals, clinicians, educators, and parents. All programs and services are rooted in the belief that every child has strengths. Treatment services enable each young person to identify and cultivate their strengths in ways that enable them to achieve their full potential.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland & Northwest Indiana
Oak Brook, IL
We exist so families can get better together
Home of the Innocents
Home of the Innocents, a community of dedicated people and those they serve, provides the skills and opportunities by which vulnerable children, youth and their families may improve their lives. Home of the Innocents is a private, non-profit agency that has been in operation for over 130 years and served almost 4,000 children last year in Kentucky and Southern Indiana. The Home provides services to assist those who are facing severe crisis, including: residential and community-based services to children who have been abused, abandoned, or neglected; a hospital-like and home away from home environment for medically fragile children; and in-home and in-school support services for children with autism. The Home now operates Open Arms Children's Health - a one-stop full service pediatric medical practice offering integrated care, including medical, dental, hearing, vision, radiology, pharmacy, and behavioral health services.