Donate to The Parenting Network

By giving to The Parenting Network, you join our ongoing effort to strengthen parenting and to prevent child abuse. Your continued support and donations can make a difference in the lives of families who are in desperate need of love and help.


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Here are some examples of what your gift can provide...

  • Provided a developmental screening for baby Nicko Welcome Baby.

  • Provided positive parenting tip sheets for 25 parents Effective Black Parenting.

  • Provided an individual coaching session so Antonio's daughter could have a healthy childhood Triple P.

  • Helped 14 year old Marquita learn about healthy relationships RELATE.

  • Helped Alicia learn nurturing skills in 10 weeks of Positive Parenting.

  • Provided a safe sleep environment (porta-crib & sheets) for baby Tyler.

  • Trained Family Service Providers in the Strengthening Families Protective Factors framework.

  • Trained Ann to facilitate conversations as a Parent Leader to create positive change in her neighborhood Parent Cafes.

  • Helped Luke, Antoine, Ramon, Dave and Morgan become more responsible, committed, and involved fathers
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  • Provided 10 weeks of child care for five young children while mom and dad learned new parenting skills.

Through financial contributions and collaborations we continue to provide child abuse prevention services to families in Milwaukee County. With the care and concern of individuals, organzations and local, state, and federal funds we are making a difference in the lives of children and families. Your donations matter.

Thank you!

All donations to The Parenting Network are non-refundable. Thank you for supporting The Parenting Network and its mission. 


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When Antonio enrolled in the Triple P classes, he had to struggle to get his two-year old daughter, Aariyah, into the car seat. “It would frustrate me and I would worry sometimes because I knew it had to be on and she was giving me trouble with it. She didn’t want to strap in.”