The nation’s capital is home to the Childhelp Greater Washington Area Advisory Board and the Childhelp Greater Washington Area Chapter.
The Greater Washington Area Chapter of Childhelp makes great strides in the fight against child abuse and neglect.
Childhelp is primarily funded by donations and sponsorships from people like you.
Stay up to date on what Childhelp is doing to help children in the Greater Washington Area.
Reach out to talk about volunteer opportunities, to join the chapter, or with any questions.
The nation’s capital is the epicenter of Childhelp’s efforts on the Childhelp National Day of Hope. Every year during National Child Abuse Prevention Month, Childhelp encourages Americans to recognize Childhelp National Day of Hope and reflect on the lives lost every day to child abuse and neglect.
Childhelp’s volunteers and donors, in and around DC, help support the local communities, as well as the children at the nearby Childhelp Alice C. Tyler Village through programs like the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline and Childhelp Speak Up Be Safe. In addition to supporting these efforts, Childhelp also promotes and supports legislative initiatives for stronger child protection laws and treatment programs.