Emergency Food Bundles & Welcome Room Refreshments
Some who visit the San Joaquin County Family Justice Center come with only the clothes on their back.
Their trauma is so recent, they are still in shock, and may have not eaten for an extended period of time, maybe even days. It is incredibly important to be able to meet the basic need of food in order to assist someone as they make critical decisions.
We will gratefully accept the contents for Emergency Food Bundles or Welcome Room Refreshments
Our Emergency Food Bundles contain:
1 - Can Chicken Breast
1 - Cup Noodles
1 - Can Tuna
1 - Instant Rice
1 - Jar Peanut Butter
3 - Granola Bars
2 - Can/Bowl Soup
1 - Can Dinty Moore Beef Stew
1 - Can Vegetables
4 - Single Packs of Crackers
2 - Single Serving Cereal Bowls
2 - Juice Boxes
Welcome Room Refreshments Needed:
Whole Bean or Ground Coffee
Coffee Mate Powdered Creamer
Sugar and Splenda Packets
Paper Coffee Cups and Lids
Individually Wrapped Snacks
Individual Serving Yogurt
Apple Sauce Squeeze Packets
Single Serving Cereal Bowls
Send a Kid to Camp!
Since 2014, the San Joaquin County Family Justice Center has been assisting children exposed to family violence, sexual abuse, or other tough stuff. Each year we send at-risk children, youth counselors, and adult volunteers from our community to experience Camp HOPE. Costs associated with attending Camp HOPE are covered by the San Joaquin County Family Justice Center Foundation.
The curriculum at Camp HOPE focuses on creating resiliency and coping skills in order to reduce the likelihood of the children repeating the cycle of violence and/or victimization.
The campers are transported round-trip and engage in the activities of camp for 5-days and 4-nights. Activities include horseback riding, ropes courses, zip-lining, fishing, archery, water activities, campfires, making s’mores, and more.
The estimated cost per camper is $550 which includes camping registration fees, pre and post camp events, transportation, and camping supplies.
If you would like to support our participation in Camp HOPE, checks can be made payable to:
San Joaquin County Family Justice Center Foundation
Attn: Suzanne Schultz, Program Manager
222 E. Weber Ave, 1st Floor
Stockton, CA 95202
For your tax records the Tax ID# is Tax ID#47-2291427.
Click below if you wish to make a donation.
We thank you for your support. Tax ID# 47-2291427
Choose the way you would like to get involved and make a change right here in your community. Candidates providing on-site and off-site victim services must pass a background investigation.
If you ARE IN, simply fill out the I AM IN! PLEDGE FORM and tell us how you want to help.
On-site services - established organizations willing co-locate within the FJC
Off-site services - established organizations willing to provide services at the FJC when called
Hosting Fundraising Events - big or small events to support our mission
On-site Volunteerism - hospitality, greeting, tutoring, mentoring, child care, interpreting, facility attendants, office work
Off-site Volunteerism - working fundraisers, creation of decorations and tokens, pet fosters
Advocacy - with certification, volunteers will be accepted
Grant Writing - governmental, corporate, and non-profit grants
Marketing - public outreach, assist in maintaining various social media outlets, public relations
Other - YOU TELL US!