Happy #GivingTuesday! Here are a few ways you can help CCA.
1. Donate $100+ today and receive this beautiful scarf that celebrates both the holiday season and the debut of "Wonder" in theaters nationwide. Each $100+ donation will be matched, doubling your charitable impact.
2. Give a donation amount of your choice this #GivingTuesday on Facebook and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will match your gift. You can TRIPLE YOUR IMPACT by giving via this option, with a two-fold match.
3. Donate you car, motorcycle, boat of RV -- working or not -- to CCA. Learn more about donating your wheels at this webpage.
Why Should You Donate?
This year is a special one due to the release of the film adaptation of the New York Times bestselling book, "Wonder." The national attention has brought us so many requests and we've been working hard to fill them all! We are so proud of the conversation "Wonder" has started because the characters in the story reflect a reality that over 25,000 families in the United States must face each year -- a child born with a facial difference. CCA is here to help by providing financial assistance for travel to hospitals with qualified, board-certified medical professionals to help children in need of lifesaving, reconstructive surgeries.
In addition, we also offer educational and social enrichment programs for the craniofacial community through the Annual Family Retreat and Educational Symposium. Each year families and adults come together to support one another and form lifelong friendships, hear from medical experts, and participate in off-site activities.
Programs for people beyond the craniofacial community include educational overviews and pamphlets on various craniofacial conditions, kindness education, bullying prevention programs, and "Wonder" curriculum and teaching packets for middle school students.
With your help, CCA can do even more to make the world a kinder place for everyone. Please consider donating today so we can continue our mission to "empower and give hope to individuals and families affected by facial differences."
Children's Craniofacial Association