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Oregonians have a strong spirit of helping those in need in their community.  Support and education for parents helps them avoid circumstances that can lead to abuse and neglect. Join us in our efforts to help struggling families provide safe and nurturing environments for their children.


 The Children’s Trust Fund of Oregon Foundation relies on generous support from individuals, corporations and foundations to fund our efforts to protect children.  Your gift directly benefits thousands of children in Oregon by funding child abuse prevention programs across the state.

  • A gift of $40 supports one parent learning positive, nurturing skills through a local parenting class.
  • A gift of $80 supports one family receiving home visitations services in order to learn about healthy child development.
  • A gift of $125 supports therapeutic services for one child enrolled at a relief nursery.
  • A gift of $385 supports educating 100 new parents about the risks of shaking a baby.
  • A gift of $870 supports a year of specialized parent education for fathers following their release from incarceration.

Thanks to an endowment established by the state of Oregon, the administrative costs of the Children’s Trust Fund of Oregon are already paid so the maximum amount of donated dollars will support child abuse prevention in Oregon. 

Other Ways to Support CTFO







Support Child Abuse Prevention While You Shop

Did you know Fred Meyer is donating $2.5 million Fred-Meyer-Community-Rewards-Cardeach year to local schools and nonprofits (like ours) that you choose? Through their Community Rewards Program, you can link your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to CTFO. Use it each time you shop to help us earn a quarterly donation. 


AmazonSmileWhen you shop at, Amazon will donate a portion of the profit from your purchase to CTFO at no cost to you! To help prevent child abuse while you shop, bookmark and select Children’s Trust Fund of Oregon as the charitable organization to receive the donation.