$25 could provide an hour of support and moderation to the thousands who rely on the free Hand in Hand Parents Connect online support group.
$50 could provide a Head Start teacher or social worker a scholarship for an hour of Professional training in Hand in Hand Parenting Tools.
$125 could translate a lesson of a parent education class and brings new knowledge and support to a community who did not have access before.
$250 could take support to parents of children with learning disabilities or other special needs or parents in low-resource communities.
$500 helps provide parenting advice, suggestions and support to 125,000 parents a month via the handinhandparenting.org website.
Larger donations make it possible for Hand in Hand to train and certify instructors in communities of need, to provide individual scholarships for parents facing traumatic situations and for materials and support to be provided in the most challenging parenting situations around the globe.
You'll bring support and insights to one more parent, one more family, one more community and help them strengthen their relationships so they can move us all toward a peaceful, healthy, connected world.
"I recently heard about the idea of “holding space” for someone and it occurred to me that that’s exactly what Hand in Hand Parenting is all about. Holding space for your child and trusting in their inherent good nature. You would never guess we had such a challenging start to our relationship. I can see my son blossoming and I beam with pride and I’m so grateful to have had access to Hand in Hand when I did.
Mother of two
“Hand in Hand has the most transformative and effective tools out there (I explored a LOT of approaches) to help with an incredibly wide range of parenting challenges- from outright trauma, to consistently not getting out of the door on time in the mornings without fights, to name-calling and "talking back". I've dealt with all these issues and many more with the five tools- they're simple but profound and nuanced depending on the situation. The instructors are very warm and caring and embody the premise of this organisation: that kids and parents are good, even when behavior is off-track. I have found this to be healing and life-changing! I highly recommend this organisation to every parent I meet.”
Hand in Hand Parenting, 555 Waverley Street, Palo Alto, CA 94301 501(c)(3)