Children of the Valley is sustained purely through the generous donations and sponsorships received from individuals much like yourself. Every penny raised goes directly into the program. Your contribution allows us to continue providing these incredible services to the children most in need from our community at no cost to them.
We believe that every action taken on behalf of these children – positive word-of-mouth, donation, sponsorship, or volunteer hours – starts a ripple of change that reaches far and wide. There are a number of ways you can help. Choose the way that works best for you.
We couldn’t do this without the time gifted to us by our amazing volunteers! Whether you enjoy preparing daily snacks, prefer hands-on reading with the children, are able to participate in athletic activities, or want to assist with bus transportation, there is a job for everyone, regardless of availability and ability.
• Snack preparation
• Van driver
• Homework & reading tutor
• Lead or assist with recreational enrichment activities
• Snack shopper
• On-call substitute
We can only serve as many children as your generosity allows. Your financial donation is a blessing to our organization and helps fund all programming and staffing costs. There are a number of ways you can contribute, including one-time donations, monthly sponsorships, individual child sponsorships, and more!
• One-time donation
• Become a monthly donor
• Sponsor a child
• Make a memorial gift
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Sharing with others about our program and the impact we are committed to making helps build community awareness while providing an opportunity to join us in making this difference. Together We Rise!
Each spring we host the COV Annual Art Auction featuring beautiful works of art from beloved local artists such as Ben Mann, Jennifer Bowman, and Maria Wickwire. In addition to the generous donations from our local community of artists, it’s always with great honor that we present the heartfelt and intentional art from our students.
At the beginning of every school year, we challenge our students to dream big – to envision their futures and how they want their lives to be no matter how challenging their current circumstances may be. Over the next nine months, we guide the children as they develop their ideas into a plan for success. An essential component of this framework is acknowledging and honoring where each child comes from – their roots, family, culture, and personal identity. This is the inspiration behind each child’s art.