The Washington Area Chapter of Childhelp makes a substantial impact to area neglected and abused children each year, with help from Members, Sponsors and Volunteers…

  •  $100,000 in fundraising alone provides 20,000 hotline calls.
  • Bring joy to over 240 children each year through parties and time with the kids at our Virginia centers.
  • Create awareness to nearly 1,000 people each year.
  • Provide necessities to three families annually going through Child Protective Services with much-needed items to include: furniture, clothing, pots and pans and toys.
  • Collect over 700 holiday gifts for the Village children through the Angel Tag program.
  • Provide administrative assistance when needed at our Virginia centers.
  • Provide auction items for the Center conference.
  • Facilitate dental care to about 30 Village and Center children.
  • Provide mentoring, tutoring and buddy time for the children at the Center and Village.
  • Facilitate message of hope to the area kids through inspirational life coach speeches.
  • Provide Art-Therapy supplies to the Village.
  • Provide hundreds of books for the Village.


Chapter Officers

  • President – Kelly Slone
  • Vice President and Secretary – Aylin Skroejer
  • Treasurer – Jane Hozik
  • Fundraising – Nina Doherty
  • Membership – Maureen Rickbeil
  • Publicity – Alma Benza
  • Education and Awareness – Carol Parker
  • Village Liaison – Alma Benza


Get in touch with Michelle Robinson at mrobinson@childhelp.org or 480-620-7878.

Washington DC News & Events

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How you can help.

There are many ways you can get involved with Childhelp. However you decide to join in, you can help make a huge impact on a child's life.