Central Visitation Program’s mission is to enhance relationships between children and parents of low income families by providing supervised visitation, exchanges and parenting support.
My name is Raymond King, and I recently was elected to serve as President of the Central Visitation Program Board of Directors. It is an honor to serve as president of this fine organization and to personally thank you for your efforts in support Central Visitation Program.
A significant change to Central Visitation Program this past year is our new mission statement, featured above. The new mission better explains our mission to the community but doesn’t change what we do.
As always, Central Visitation Program appreciates your continued support! Here are three ways you can continue to make a difference in the lives of the children we serve:
Purchase a King Soopers Gift Card – For $20 you can purchase a gift card (worth $20) from Central Visitation Program to use while you do your grocery shopping. By reloading the card and continuing to use it, Central Visitation Program will earn 5% of your grocery purchases
Host a house party– As with many nonprofits, the most consistent source of funding comes from individual donors. Invite a few friends over you think would enjoy learning more about Central Visitation and someone from the staff or board will come speak briefly and ask for donations. Best of all, your party becomes a tax write-off!
Make a contribution today! A donation envelope has been provided for your convenience to send in a gift today to support our services.
Again, thank you all for your past support of Central Visitation Program, and please contact us with any questions or concerns.