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Stability. Security. Sustainability.

The Society of St. PJ’s is a group of concerned people who are taking personal responsibility in the mission of child abuse prevention. Members recognize the value of social force, by banding together and pooling their contributions, they are able to have considerably more effect than they could as individuals. When you join the Society of St. PJ’s, you are becoming a part of something bigger than yourself—you are bringing stability to an uncertain world. Your annual gift is a promise to the children who depend on the care of St. PJ’s everyday.

Join the Society of St. PJ’s Children’s Home

For more information about joining the Society of St. PJ’s, contact Belinda Cox, Development Associate (210) 531-8592.

Pal
($10/month)
Friend
($25/month)
Mentor
($50/month)
Caregiver
($100/month)
Guardian
($250/month)
Family
(Annual Gift $5,000)
Feeds 4 children for a week Provides a day of care for a child living at St. PJ’s Provides 20 children new clothes and shoes Provides 15 children special off-campus activities Covers start-up cost for new foster/adoption placement Provides staff training to heal children of the trauma of abuse and neglect
Keep up to date with a newsletter and be a part of St. PJ’s sustainable future. Keep up to date with a newsletter and get a special decal to show your support. All of the benefits of a Friend plus a St. PJ’s Fiesta Medal and box of St. PJ’s Cards. VIP invitation to our Holiday campus Lighting Ceremony  featuring food, drinks and holiday cheer; plus a special invitation to participate in a service project on campus as well as all benefits of a Mentor. VIP invitation to our Holiday campus Lighting Ceremony featuring food, drinks and holiday cheer; plus a special invitation to participate in a service project on campus as well as all benefits of a Caregiver. VIP invitation to our Holiday campus Lighting Ceremony featuring food, drinks and holiday cheer; invitation to Stakeholders Meeting; plus a special invitation to participate in a service project on campus as well as all benefits of a Guardian.