Through our work with hundreds of families, we have developed a "first-of-its-kind" winning formula. Help us take up the Challenge to continue our work bringing peace to parents and children. We are asking for your support to continue to maintain, innovate, and grow this critical court service.
You can help IMPACT a child's life with your donation. Your donation can help us face the CHALLENGE of too many families and too few resources. Your donation will provide us with the OPPORTUNITY to serve more families, and to add more mediation rooms and days to our calendar.
A) By Check
Southern California Family Mediation inc. is a California corporation, waiting for the IRS to complete our 501c3 nonprofit approval. In the meantime, Foster Care Counts is generously acting as our pro-bono Fiscal Receiver. This means that 100% of your donation will be passed through to Southern California Family Mediation, and you will receive a Donor Acknowledgment for your taxes.
SoCal, Care of: Foster Care Counts
11150 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90025
B) Spread The Good News
SoCal Family Mediation is making real inroads, reuniting families and reducing social conflict. Our program can be applied to other systems. Please, tell your friends and family members about our good work. We will be happy to speak at your event.
Participating in your company’s matching gift program makes your donation go farther. Many companies encourage employees to donate to their favorite charities by matching their contributions.
We can bring our "Missing High School Class" to your home or office. Learn the essential skills of communication and conflict resolution in a class tailor-made for your guests.
A third party event is when a business, or program, organization, community group, school or individual hosts an event to benefit So Cal' families & kids.
In lieu of gifts for your wedding or birthday, host an online fundraiser. Use social media platforms to ask guests to donate to So Cal Family Mediation.
Communications that are part of a mediation discussion are confidential and inadmissible, consistent with California Evidence Code sections 703.5 and 1115 thru 1138, and California Code of Civil Procedure section 1775.10.