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#ATNCares Giving Tuesday 2020

Trauma impacts children’s lives…You can DOUBLE your impact this year with a Giving Tuesday donation.  The first $5,000 donated will be doubled due to the generosity of ATN’s Board and Staff.  

Thank you for helping children in their families, schools and communities!


The Attachment & Trauma Network (ATN) has been passionately and compassionately helping children impacted by trauma and their families since 1995. But, its not enough…we can’t reach every child and every family who needs our help.

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Please consider a donation today using our convenient and secure online donation form. You can choose to make a one-time donation or an ongoing monthly gift. Either way, your gifts will enable us to work towards ending the silence around childhood trauma through empowering trauma-informed families, schools and communities. No gift is too small in this important work. Together we can help heal traumatized hearts!

ATN is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. All donations to are tax-deductible. We operate entirely through the generosity of our donors and members. Thank you for helping us to continue this important work.

Prefer to donate by mail?

Send your check or money order (please indicate that it is a donation) to:

Attachment & Trauma Network, Inc.
P.O. Box 220
Westminster, MA 01473

Contact us with any questions.

 

One traumatized child alone has a very small voice. One family who loves that child can make a huge difference for that child, but their voice is pretty small. But if many of us give, we can magnify that voice. Together we’re holding up a giant megaphone to help the world know what traumatized children and their families need.

— Julie Beem, Executive Director

Looking for more ways to support ATN?

Donate so 100% of your donation comes to us

Want to avoid the Paypal and Stripe processing fees?  If you donate through the Paypal Giving Fund, ATN receives 100% of your donation.  PayPal Giving Fund issues the donation letter, but it does take up to 45 days for these funds to reach us.

Click HERE  for the Paypal Giving Fund and 100% of your donation goes to ATN.

Donate while you shop on Amazon at no cost to you.

Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases. When you join AmazonSmile you can… Generate donations. Shop at smile.amazon.com and ATN benefits. 

Click here to add ATN to your smile account.

Donate to ATN while you search and shop at GoodSearch/GoodShop

Raise money for ATN using Gumdrop! Gumdrop shows coupons in real-time wherever you shop online and makes a donation for every purchase.

United Way

Give through your local United Way

You may be able to designate the Attachment & Trauma Network, Inc. as the recipient of your United Way donations through your place of employment. ATN is not listed on the list of charities that is distributed by United Way, but if your employer allows you to designate charities, you can designate ATN by putting our Federal Tax ID (43-1932913) on the form. Contact us for more information.

Volunteer

ATN runs on Volunteer Energy!  We even need volunteers with fundraising ideas! Contact Julie if you want to help!

ATN Resources

Parenting

Therapeutic Parenting - Empowering Trauma-Informed Parents to be Therapeutic.

Trauma-Sensitive Schools

Creating Trauma Sensitive Schools- Empowering Trauma-Focused Educators and Schools

TSS Conference

Annual Creating Trauma Sensitive Schools Conference.

Get Involved

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Professional Development Programs For Educators

Resource Directory

Coming soon an online directory of trauma-informed professionals.

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