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HILD SAVING INSTITUTE, INC. Responding to the cry of a child

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OR MORE THAN 126 YEARS, Child Saving Institute has provided a safe haven and healing for thousands of young victims of family crisis and abuse.

GIVING OPPORTUNITIES: Memorials/Tributes/Honorariums Gifts in any amount may be made to CSI

At its core, CSI exists to help children and families. The agency is tireless in its work for the prevention, intervention and healing of abuse, neglect and abandonment. CSI has developed an exemplary reputation for utilizing early intervention and prevention techniques to help parents successfully cope with stressful situations, reducing the risk of abuse and neglect or the threat of having children removed from their homes.

to honor or memorialize a loved one. Please include a note with your gift indicating your intentions. CSI will send an acknowledgement to the appropriate person/family.

Securities We gratefully accept charitable gifts of stocks and property. Please consult a professional for details or call CSI’s Development Office for additional information, (402) 504-3661. Legacy Gifts Legacy Gifts allow you to choose the type of legacy you would like to leave at the end of your life and can help alleviate your tax burden. Please call the Development Office for additional information, (402) 504-3661.

CSI also provides hope. Our trained staff help create a positive family dynamic by recruiting foster and adoptive families for children and teens. As part of this work, we manage the NebraskaHeartGallery.org, where many older children and siblings available for adoption have found loving “forever families.”

In-kind Gifts Children and youth in CSI’s care can use non-monetary gifts of toiletries; infant and toddler necessities; new car seats; new pack-n-plays; new undergarments, socks, coats, hats, and mittens for infants to teens in all sizes; and nut-free nonperishable snacks. See the wish list for additional ideas!

Child Saving Institute’s nationally accredited Early Childhood Education program provides nurturing care in two state-of-the-art facilities that are safe, stimulating, and focused on fun and learning. Our two childcare centers — located at CSI at 4545 Dodge St. and at the Spellman Child Development Center on the College of Saint Mary campus — offer children ages 6 weeks to 6 years the best possible environment, providing your child with a true sense of community and individualized attention.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: Early Childhood Education Share your creative talents and energy with children 6 weeks to 6 years old. Storytellers and creative coloring gurus welcomed!

Parent Education Partners We need babysitting volunteers on Wednesday and

CSI also offers parenting classes and workshops so that parents learn new ways to care for their children through love, responsiveness and appropriate communication, with classes covering everything from basic care, playtime and bedtime to budgeting and health concerns.

Thursday evenings so parents may participate in CSI parenting classes and engage in Foster Parent Networking.

CSI is funded through private donations, government grants and contracts, and the United Way of the Midlands.

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Office volunteers are needed to assist with mailings and general office work. Gardening volunteers are needed to assist with the nature playground, To volunteer contact: Anna Willey, Events and Projects Coordinator, (402) 504-3664 or awilley@childsaving.org

CHILD SAVING INSTITUTE 4545 Dodge St. • Omaha, NE 68132 Phone (402) 553-6000 www.childsaving.org facebook.com/csiomaha • twitter.com/childsaving youtube.com/childsavinginstitute President and CEO: Peg Harriott Board Chairman: Paul Olson Guild President: Julie Shaner To volunteer or to donate contact: Anna Willey, Events and Projects Coordinator • (402) 504-3664 2019

WISH LIST: • Gift cards (e.g. Visa, Mastercard, Target, Walmart) $10-$25 increments • School supplies, including backpacks • Movie passes and movie money • Gift cards for bowling, Family Fun Center, SkateDaze, etc. • Playdough, craft kits and art supplies for all ages

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• Toiletries (deodorant, lip balm, ethnic hair products, feminine hygiene products) • Boxer shorts (size boys’10 to men’s XXL) • Hoodies, sleep pants (teen/adult sizes, up to XXL+) • Sports equipment (footballs, soccer balls, basketballs) • Family-oriented games

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