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Imagine a society where every man, woman, and child had access to fair, equal, and timely justice. That’s what we work toward every day at the NCJFCJ.

 
Your tax-deductible contribution is important to help us fulfill our mission to improve the judicial experience for our children and families. There are many convenient and secure ways to show your support for the NCJFCJ.
  • Give Online
  • Give via mail or fax
  • Give through estate planning
  • Give an honorary or memorial donation (please contact us below)
  • Become a member of the Honorable Stephen B. Herrell Circle Giving ($2,500 or more)

 

The NCJFCJ has established the following giving levels:

Champions for Families............................................................................................$10,000+

President’s Circle........................................................................................................$5,000 - $9,999

Gold Bench...................................................................................................................$2,500-$4,999

Silver Bench..................................................................................................................$1,000-$2,499

Bronze Bench...............................................................................................................$500-$999

Supporters of Justice..................................................................................................$250-$499

Friends of the NCJFCJ................................................................................................Up to $249

To make a contribution by phone, for more information on giving opportunities, or if you have any questions, please contact Leslie Farias at (775) 784-6016 or lfarias@ncjfcj.org.

Imagine the possibilities. Make a donation today.

 

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (registration number NV19751000331) is a non-profit 501 (c)(3)organization. Your donations may be tax deductible according to the provisions of section 170 (c) of the Internal Revenue Service Code of 1986.