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Emily Millen 
Westside Children's Center 
310-846-4100 ext. 6113

Thank you for donating to Westside Children's Center today!

Private donations enable us to provide the highest-quality, and therefore most effective, early education, family strengthening, and foster care and adoption services possible. 

All donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Westside Children's Center's Tax ID (EIN) is 95-4117747. WePay.com charges a 2.9% processing fee for credit card donations and a 1% fee for bank payments. To send a donation by check, please mail to the address below. For questions, contact Tivoli Sisko, Chief Operating Officer, at (310) 846-4100 ext. 6166 or tivolis@westsidechildrens.org.

WE'VE MOVED! Please note the updated suite number:
Westside Children's Center

5721 W. Slauson Ave., Suite 140
Culver City, CA 90230

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What we do: At Westside Children’s Center (WCC), we provide thousands of at-risk children and their families with critical, high-quality early education programs, family strengthening interventions, foster care and adoption services, and a range of vital, integrated supports, including disabilities screenings/advocacy, nutrition, parenting classes, counseling, bilingual domestic violence classes, dental and vision screenings, and pediatric health consultations. Our highly-trained and dedicated child development and child welfare experts ensure that each child receives the tailored supports that she and her family need to be prepared for success in school and beyond.

Our passion: At WCC, we are committed to breaking the cycles of intergenerational poverty, abuse, and neglect by creating a level playing field -- providing children an environment that catalyzes their creativity and innate intelligence and teaching parents how to support their children’s physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development, thus preparing them for a life of learning. Regardless of economics or family circumstances, we reinforce in children the tools they will need to succeed in life (curiosity, optimism, self-control, resilience, and perseverance).

Guiding principles: At WCC, we know that families’ needs are deep, persistent, and specific to their unique sets of circumstances. Our work is only as good as our team’s expert knowledge and willingness to go above and beyond, their persistence in the face of obstacles, and their commitment to the idea that all children have the right to be safe, nurtured, and given the foundation to lead fulfilling lives.