Donor Bill of Rights

Family Leadership Center is deeply grateful for the generosity, foresight, and partnership of our community of supporters who share the core belief that a peaceful world starts at home. Every aspect of Family Leadership Center’s work is based on the Four Cs, and we strive to grow, nurture, and support these Crucial Cs in all that we do.

When you give to Family Leadership Center, here are some ways in which we honor your commitment to this work:

As a donor, you can expect to receive timely communications about the donations that you make to Family Leadership Center, along with a corresponding tax receipt for your records.

Our email communications offer encouraging ideas to nurture the day-to-day experiences you have with the children in your life.

Family Leadership Center strives to nurture a community of individuals and families who are growing their leadership skills of responsibility, independence, and self-sufficiency while caring well for others and the world. We endeavor to provide tools that nurture resilience and encouragement for all.

You matter to Family Leadership Center. Every individual and family who advances our mission – through making a financial contribution; donating talent and time; participating in a course or workshop; and sharing our programs with family, friends, and colleagues – makes a difference.

You can expect to be invited to participate in activities that celebrate and honor you so that we can share the impact that you have as a partner in this meaningful work. Your support matters.

Thank you for having the courage to make a difference in the lives of parents, grandparents, caregivers, and children of all ages. As a friend of Family Leadership Center, your foresight in advancing this work is courageous. You are, quite literally, changing lives by the ripple effect that your donation makes possible.

Family Leadership Center supports the Donor Bill of Rights as developed by the American Association of Fund-Raising Counsel (AAFRC), Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), and the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP).*
*Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), all rights reserved. Reprinted with permission from the Association of Fundraising Professionals.