Special Children's Art Foundation is a public, Non-Profit 501(c)(3) organization, and is funded solely through grants, gifts, and donations. We are committed to accomplishing our mission, while maintaining a low administrative overhead.

Here are some of the many ways in which you can help and participate in the
Special Children's Art Foundation:
  You can contribute directly online by clicking the link below and using PayPal.

You are welcome to send your donation through the mail. Please use the address below for all donations:

Special Children's Art Foundation
P.O. Box 1295
Canyon Country, California 91386-1295
You can purchase the newly printed SCAF notecards and use them as holiday greeting cards or thank you cards throughout the year. Click on the cards below to order today.
Donate as an alternative gift
You can make a donation to SCAF in someone else's name in lieu of buying holiday, birthday or other gifts for your friends, loved ones or colleagues. To participate in our new Alternative Gift Program, click on the card icon below.
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You can now recycle your empty injet and toner cartridges, cell phones, and unused surplus imaging supplies to benefit SCAF. Every year over 400 cell phones, injet and toner cartridges are thrown away. SCAF has joined withRecycle 4 Charity to help be proactive in waste reduction. Click on the Recycle for Charity logo below to find out more about qualifiyng cartridges and phones and how you can recycle for SCAF.
      Recycle 4 Charity Page            

You can now donate to SCAF just by shopping at your local store, eating at your favorite restaurant or flying on participating airlines! Click on the escrip logo below, sign SCAF up to be the beneficiary, visit escrips site for a list of participating merchants and a percent of your purchase will be donated to SCAF.


Volunteers are the mainstays of our program. No previous experience in art is required - just a heart that desires to help children with special needs to paint.

Volunteers are also encouraged to submit ideas for future murals. If you are an artist you can even donate a painted composition. If you are interested in donating a composition, please contact us so that we can give you a few guidelines.

Once the colors have been mixed for the particular mural, volunteers will be needed to assist placing dabs of color onto the mural canvas. These dabs of paint help to identify which colors go onto each area of the mural. Finally volunteers will be needed o help Special Children actually paint the murals. This will involve helping these children hold brushes, helping them walk with special painting shoes, or helping them hold special adaptive paint brushes in their mouths. If you are interest in volunteering, please contact us.
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