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The Crisis Center was founded in 1971, and incorporated in 1974.  We are an IRS-recognized 501 (c)3, non-profit charity, and an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau. 
General financial donations are 100% tax-deductible  Your generosity is greatly appreciated.  Donations make an impact on the all of our programs & services for children, adults & families.

Make a safe & secure donation online instantly:
The Crisis Center is PayPal Verified, and has received online donations, safely and securely since 2003. Click the link below to donate any amount you wish.

You do not need to have nor create a PayPal account to donate.  On the PayPal page, look for this message (below)
to donate as a guest:

Donate by mail:
Mail a check or money order, payable to "Crisis Center, Inc" to:
Crisis Center, Inc.

101 North Montgomery Street

Gary, IN. 46403

Please include a memo or message for the staff on the check or in a letter.
Host an Event:

Make the Crisis Center the beneficiary of your customized event in your community or your business.  You can also become an underwriter or sponsor for our annual, summer fundraiser.  Contact us for ideas and to arrange a check present ion if you wish by calling us at (219) 938-7070.

     "You Never Get to be a Child, Twice" 

This endearing slogan used by the Crisis Center since 1971 is the simplest, yet most profound way to describe why we do what we do--and why your support means so much.

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How You Help:
Read the Northwest Indiana TIMES article about how the Crisis Center began, and for whom your contribution will help.  Plus, check out our statistics !


Each contributor receives a personalized letter of recognition on our official letter head via US mail within
7 days of their donation.  Letters are mailed to the address provided on the online payment or on the check, unless otherwise specified.  Online donors also receive an instant receipt via e-mail from PayPal.

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