Your gift in any amount is appreciated and will help the Child Protection Center continue to offer prevention, intervention and treatment services to the victims of child abuse in our community.
Click the button on the RIGHT to make a donation that goes DIRECTLY to support the Child Protection Center's services.
If you prefer to contribute by phone,
please call 941.365.1277x103 between 9:00am – 5:00pm
If you prefer to mail your donation,download our
Annual Donation Form document below, and print out.
Annual Fund Donation Form (pdf)
Please mail to:
The Child Protection Center offers a variety of ways to give.
Fun and uplifting! We invite you to read Sharyn Chapman’s books - “Age with a Giggle” and “Put Your Teeth in Honey, You’re Not Dead Yet!.” Best of all, proceeds from the sale of her books support the Child Protection Center!
Sharyn’s books are available now online at Amazon.com and through her website www.sharynchapman.com.
At this time, Sharyn’s books can only be purchased online; however, we wish to thank the following local stores that have sold her books in support of CPC:
Michele Penn is an award-winning photographer, published with Eckhart Tolle and Byron Katie, an inspirational speaker and a best-selling contributing author.
Michele Penn lives in Sarasota, Florida, with David, the man of her dreams, where she finds great inspiration from a community rich in art-appreciation. In the book, Peace in the Present Moment, Michele Penn's breathtaking floral photographs add peace and a deep stillness to the wisdom of Eckhart Tolle and Byron Katie. Michele's close-up photos, which she likes to call floral "soul shots" are a symbol of enlightenment. Her attention to detail and her ability to capture the soul of the flower sets her apart and makes her work truly inspiring.
From July 31st 2014 to July 31st 2015, Michelle is giving 33% of her proceeds back to CPC from the sale of book “Peach in the Present Moment” by Eckhart Tolle and Byron Katie. Photography by Michele Penn.
Richard’s book, Not As Much As I Love You, is based on true experiences with his grandchildren at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. His book, Sarah Seahorse Wants A Family tells a story about a couple’s desire to have a child to love and care for and the joy they experience when their little one arrives. Both these books express the importance of family to him. A percentage of the sale of his books will go towards supporting Child Protection Center.
As a young child, Richard Bergman was raised without a father. He yearned to be in a family like his friends with both a mother and a father. Once he was fortunate enough to have children of his own and later experience the joy of being a grandfather, caring for, protecting and loving his family became the center of his life.
Richard Bergman is an entrepreneur and business consultant, specializing in the non-profit arena. However, above all, he is “Grampa” to his seven grandchildren, for whom he is sometimes nanny, baby-sitter, cheerleader and supporter. Because Rich strongly believes in the importance of family and tradition, he endeavors to pass on these values, many of which have been passed down to him from his grandfather.
After raising five children, Rich and his wife Rebecca reside in Sarasota, Florida.
There are numerous ways to make a gift that will benefit the Child Protection Center.
Volunteer and Donate to the Child Protection Center.
Child Protection Center, Inc.
720 South Orange Ave.
Sarasota, Florida 34236
2210 S. Tamiami Tr.
Venice, Florida 34293
North Port Location:
6919 Outreach Way
North Port, Florida 34297
222 N. Roberts Avenue
Arcadia, Florida 34266