We improve the lives of children and families by coordinating and providing services that strengthen and support families. At the Children's Network of Solano County, we don’t focus on just one sector or issue. We help prevent child abuse and neglect, support programs that provide families with access to financial literacy, basic needs assistance and help with employment, lift the voices of underrepresented communities, and advocate for legislation that positively impact children and families.
Our vision is that all children in Solano County will be raised in safe, healthy and nurturing environments.
Our mission is to improve the lives of children in Solano County through education, advocacy, and coordination of community services and community-based collaboratives.
Your donation will be used to support:
- Child abuse prevention awareness activities that will help protect children from physical, emotional and sexual abuse and neglect. These activities will include trainings, social media posts, newsletters, distribution of printed flyers and brochures at community events and at partner agencies that serve families.
- Family resource centers countywide as they work to strengthen families by providing them with needed resources, skills, and tools to help make them more resilient in times of stress and knowledgable about the needs of their children, preventing the likelihood of child abuse and neglect.
For the past 37 years, our strength has been that all of our work - the network and councils we coordinate, the collaboratives in which we participate, forums, stakeholder events and training we host, and the resource development and advocacy we provide - helps to raise awareness of the importance of nurturing, safe and stable relationships and environments for children and families. Child abuse prevention is part of everything we do!
Last year we reached over 4,000 families with information.
We would like to raise a total of $10,000 to support awareness and family strengthening activities that prevent child abuse and neglect.