Support the Center for Families, Children and the Courts on Giving Tuesday

You can support any School of Law program or fund on #GivingTuesday! Read about the ways your support to our Center for Families, Children and Courts will impact our community.

Sayra and Neil Meyerhoff Center for Families, Children and the Courts

On Tuesday, Nov. 27, the School of Law will once again participate in Giving Tuesday, the national one-day giving campaign following Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Every gift, big or small, makes a huge impact on the lives of our students and our community.

This event is an opportunity to support the Sayra and Neil Meyerhoff Center for Families, Children and the Courts (CFCC).

CFCC develops and implements local, state, national and international programs, policies, and family justice system reform that aim to improve the lives of families, children, and communities.

Your gift to CFCC will improve the lives of families and children in our community and beyond by supporting our work in the following areas: modeling a new approach to truancy, advocating for unified family courts and tackling issues facing children in Baltimore:

Modeling a New Approach to Truancy

 CFCC’s Truancy Court Program (TCP) is an innovative, early…

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