Site menu:

CARIF

Our purpose:
Children at Risk Intervention Fund exists to help rescue, protect and give hope to the weakest among us—children abandoned, abused, abducted, victims of pornography and sex trafficking. We also provide food, shelter, medical care, counseling, education, and other necessary services for abused and needy children in developing countries and in the United States.

CARIF is an affiliate of Worldwide Affiliated Ministries, which provides personnel and management services free of charge. Because of this connection, CARIF’s overhead was kept to a low 6.7% last year.

Giving to CARIF

The generous contributions of individuals who are concerned about helping and protecting the weakest among us—abandoned and abused children—make our vital ministry possible.

We offer several donation options. Whatever option you choose, you can count on Children at Risk Intervention Fund to use your gifts wisely.

Online donations

Children at Risk Intervention Fund is an affiliate of Worldwide Affiliated Ministries, which provides personnel and management services free of charge. Because of this connection, CARIF’s overhead was kept to a low 6.7% last year. We use WAM’s service to process credit card donations, and Rally/Piryx (not CARIF or WAM) will appear on your credit card statement. We will send you an official receipt for income tax purposes.

Donate Now!

General donations

General donations are a vital part of CARIF’s ability to offer hope and love to abandoned and abused children worldwide.

You can make a donation by sending a check or money order to:

Planned giving

Over the years Children at Risk Intervention Fund has benefited from those who have made special provisions in their estate plans to support CARIF. Most planned gifts come from individuals who have made a provision in their will or other estate plans that designate either a fixed amount or a percentage of their estate. However, there are numerous planned gift options that can have profound tax implications benefitting both your estate and Children at Risk Intervention Fund. We strongly encourage anyone interested in supporting Children at Risk Intervention Fund through a planned gift to consult with their financial advisor and/or tax attorney.

Below is a list of some of the options available to donors making a gift through their will to Children at Risk Intervention Fund:

Combined Federal Campaign

cfc logo Women Children and Families Service Federation logo

Through our association with the Women, Children and Family Service Charities federation, Children at Risk Intervention Fund receives support from employees of the federal government through the Combined Federal Campaign. Our membership number is 12532.

To participate in the Combined Federal Campaign, Children at Risk Intervention Fund must meet requirements set forth by the federal government and belong to a federation. Each charity within the Women, Children and Family Service Charities federation has fulfilled specific criteria for membership, including a stringent legal and financial review.

If you are a federal employee, or know someone who is, it’s easy to support the work of Children at Risk Intervention Fund by designating your workplace contribution to Children at Risk Intervention Fund, number 12532 in the CFC.

Workplace campaigns

United Way logo

Workplace campaigns, such as the United Way, corporate, or state employee campaigns, are convenient methods of supporting the work of Children at Risk Intervention Fund. Many employers conduct workplace fund drives to encourage their employees to support worthy causes. Through the convenience of payroll deduction, donors can spread their contribution across an entire year. Most campaigns will allow you to designate your donation to your favorite organization. Children at Risk Intervention Fund has registered with most United Way campaigns, and with the Combined Federal Campaign for federal employees.

IF YOU ARE A FEDERAL WORKER, OUR CFC CAMPAIGN CODE IS 12532 AND WE CAN BE FOUND UNDER THE NAME OF CHILDREN AT RISK INTERVENTION FUND.