Your gift today will change a child's life

We rely on the generosity of our community to give our children a safe place to call home. You can give a gift in many ways.

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Ways You Can Give

Cash Donations

Support Boysville with cash, check or credit card. It is the quickest way to see immediate results of your donation at work.

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Honorary & Memorial Gifts

Give the gift of charity. This is a thoughtful and wonderful way to recognize a person’s life and accomplishments. When you make an honorary or memorial gift to Boysville, we will notify the honoree or next of kin with a special note.

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Planned Giving

Leave a lasting legacy by naming Boysville as a beneficiary in your estate planning. There are many ways you can give future generations of children a safe and loving home.

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In-Kind Donations

Boysville accepts new items to help clothe our children. Your donation of household items, furniture, shoes and clothes to Boysville create a path to healing for children who have suffered from abuse, neglect or family disruption.

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Wish List

Please browse our wish lists and Back to School Needs below to see how you can support the wonderful work at Boysville. We have children of all ages with needs big and small. Your donation will help to build a better future for the children at Boysville.

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Our children need you! Being a volunteer is a rewarding experience. There are many available volunteer opportunities to choose from special events, tutoring, mentoring or on campus beautification projects!

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Want to see your gift in action? Schedule a tour.
For more information or questions on how to donate to Boysville contact:
Beth Green
Chief Development Officer
(210) 659-1901

Founded in 1943, Boysville is a nationally accredited home for children. Boysville is a 501 (C)(3), tax-exempt, charitable organization (Federal Tax ID #74-1207553)