Supporting the Smallest Victims
Since 1994 Safe Passage has been supported through grants, community donations, corporate sponsorships, and collaborating agency support. These generous donations enable us to continue providing our Core Services and Programs while guiding children and caregivers toward real recovery. Together, we can proved a Safe Passage for children from abuse to healing.
At the heart of Safe Passage is the community we serve and the community that supports us. Without donations from individuals like you, Safe Passage could not survive. It's easy to donate today:
Online via PayPal
Via Snail Mail
Attn: Fund Development
423 S. Cascade Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Where the Money Goes
- $560 gives a child in trauma 8 individual sessions with a mental health professional
- $300 provides a forensic medical exam to an abused child
- $250 enables one child victim or non-offedending caregiver to attend a 7-week psycho-educational support group
- $125 donation enables one child to receive a forensic interview
There are a variety of ways to become a sponsor of Safe Passage:
- Special Events - be a corporate sponsor in support of special fundraising events
- Annual Campaign - underwrite the costs of this annual direct-mail effort
- Corporate Sponsors - become an organizational sponsor of Safe Passage
- Training and Education - sponsor or host a training session for professionals tasked with investigating and prosecuting child abuse
To learn more about becoming a sponsor
us or call 719-636-2460.
Safe Passage gives abused children a voice and enables the healing process by acting as the single source of contact for medical, investigative and legal services. Safe Passage serves children from birth to the age of 18, as well as developmentally delayed adults, who are victims of sexual or physical abuse and/or are witnesses to homicide or domestic violence. Safe Passage does not charge children and families for its services and no one is turned away.
Safe Passage is an accredited Children's Advocacy Center and a member of the National Children's Alliance.