Help break the devastating cycle of trauma with a monthly gift.
Become a Family Ally.
For 96 years, Building Families for Children has been serving God by helping families and children heal from trauma. Our services not only build up the family but break the devastating cycle of trauma for generations to come.
Building Families for Children is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
Become a Family Ally
Join a special community of givers and fulfill your passion for helping children and families by making a monthly donation to Building Families for Children.
We receive over 70 referrals every month to help families and children in need of our services. When you become a Family Ally, your gift will be immediately put to build safer, stronger, and more stable families where kids can thrive.
Why Monthly Giving is a Great Choice
It’s the most effective way to make an impact. Your ongoing support allows us to plan and ensures that we have the resources we need to help kids and families facing crisis.
It’s the most convenient. Set up your monthly gift right now on our simple and secure form and know that your donation is in place for the rest of the year! We will send an annual giving receipt for tax purposes in January.
You can cancel or make changes at any time. If for any reason you need to adjust your monthly giving all you need to do is give us a call.
Share your Shares!
We accept stock donations and would be happy to provide transfer instructions to you! To get started, contact our Director of Administration, Becky Loomis. Call (410) 872-1050, or email
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Combined Charity Campaign for Baltimore City 4166
Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area 48559
United Way of the National Capital Area 8799
A copy of the current financial statement of Building Families for Children is available by writing 7161-A Columbia Gateway Drive, Columbia, MD 21046 or by calling (410) 872-1050. Documents and information submitted under the Maryland Solicitations Act are also available, for the cost of postage and copies, from the Maryland Secretary of State, State House, Annapolis MD 21401, (410) 974-5534.