Fundraising, Donations and Other Ways to Help the School

April 07, 2020

As a non-profit 501C3 organization, Crossroads Center for Children relies on the generous support of our community to carry out our mission.

In order to carry out our important work with children, we need help. There are many ways to help make a difference.


In order to make progress with essential skills, the majority of the students we serve require a higher level of service than they are able to receive in other settings. Highly individualized, specialized programming with data analysis of their performance of goals benefits the children and allows the team to adapt programming in direct accordance with what the child needs. To do all this requires more attention, more individualization, more service time …. based upon individual needs. It is costly but it is what is necessary for making gains that will lead to success in life.

Donations help meet the gap between the minimal state-set rates that we receive, and what it actually costs to run a school such as this. We appreciate each and every gift, and every single donor.


As above, fundraisers are needed to help build up our financial state in order to do what we do to help children.

Funding is the lifeblood of being able to run a nonprofit organization. You can help by attending an event we are planning, by helping us with one of these, or by coordinating one in your own circles to benefit the school. Please reach out if you are interested in any of these options.

  1. Check out our line-up of fundraising events for the year: Fundraising at a Glance.
  2. Check our EVENTS tab.
  3.        Contribute through Amazon Smile, and Rite Aid Kid Cents, and Price Chopper’s Tools For Schools Program.
  4.         Organize an event to benefit the school. Do this in your own circles of influence to bring new supporters into our cause.
  5.         Return bottles and cans to one of the sites  at which we have accounts: Creating Change in Glenville, Green Bottle in Rotterdam, and CLYNK at any Hannaford.

Extra hands are a very big help, both in the classrooms and behind the scenes. Volunteers are very well loved here at Crossroads.

Please reach out to if you have questions or would like more information about how to get involved.

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