Donate to REACH-A-Child™
Since we do not ask First Responders to fund our program to get REACH BAGs in their vehicles, we rely on donations and sponsorships to continue to “Help First Responders Comfort Children-In-Crisis.”
REACH-A-Child is excited to partner with Renaissance
Executive Forums for the CEO Learning Session on October 2, 2018 at the Fluno Center in Madison.
To complete your registration for the event please select a one time donation of at least $150.00 from the form on the right. Renaissance Executive Forums is excited to contribute to the community through REACH-A-Child by ensuring your tax deductable donation will provide a first responder with 20 bags and 20 books to help comfort a child-in-crisis.
Renaissance Executive Forums of Wisconsin West’s next CEO Learning Session, Building Trust, on October 2, 2018 will focus on the principles from Stephen Covey’s book “The Speed of Trust”.
We encourage all REACH-A-Child site visitors to learn more about Renaissance Executive Forum and the event by clicking here. We appreciate your support for this great cause. For additional information about Renaissance Executive Forums and our CEO Learning Session, please contact Dr. Kiu Leung , Forum Leader, at 608-826-7488 or by email.
Thank you for your donation to REACH-A-Child. We look forward to seeing you on October 2.
There are 3 ways to donate:
Sponsor a First Responder – $150 buys your favorite First Responder a REACH BAG to have in his or her vehicle! (Contact REACH-A-Child to schedule a meeting to deliver the REACH BAG to your First Responder)
Businesses/Community Groups – Businesses and community groups are encouraged to sponsor at least 10 REACH BAGs for their First Responders. (Business and Community Packets are available. If interested set up a time to sit down with staff from REACH-A-Child™ to discuss this opportunity further.)
All Smaller Donations ($5 & Up) – will help to purchase BAGs, books, and drawstring backpacks!
Donate now and please consider a recurring donation to multiply your impact, so we can support more first responders to comfort more kids in crisis.