How You Can Help

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You can help a child recover or save a child from abuse. The programs and services at Santa Rosa Kids House are made possible through the generosity and support of donors and volunteers who want to help contribute to a better future for our community and children.


We need volunteers like you!

Volunteer as a Family Greeter where no two days are alike. You can volunteer as little as 2 hours a week.

From answering the phone to baking cookies, from organizing donations to being the face of the reception area, Family Greeters serve as an important part of our Santa Rosa Kids’ House team. From 2 hours to 200, and anything in between, we appreciate any time that a volunteer can share with us.


Simply click the button below to fill out our online form, OR fill out the Volunteer Application and email it to  All volunteers must complete a background check prior to beginning serving as a Family Greeter.

For information about being a Family Greeter, call us at 850-623-1112.

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Make waves against child abuse

Join in with the sea of special people who are helping make a difference for the children of Santa Rosa County. We offer levels of giving that are suitable for all. Your donation will help provide trauma-focused therapy, snacks, drinks, support through meeting the needs of families, and prevention education.

Join SRKH today and become a member of our team. Memberships start at just $25 per year and will be renewed each January. Memberships will help prevent child abuse and neglect through training and education, protecting children, and restoring the lives of children impacted by abuse.

You can donate to the Making Waves program here.

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Our services would not be possible without your support and generosity

The Santa Rosa Kids House accepts monetary donations as well as donations of food, art supplies, and other items. Your generous donations help us provide these imperative services to thousands of children in Santa Rosa County.

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Your donations make our work possible


children received services at Santa Rosa Kids' House


cases involving crimes against children closed by prosecution


sessions of free therapy to affected children


medical exams conducted by our child protection team

*These statistics reflect activities reported in 2020.

What to Do If You Suspect Abuse?

Any individual who suspects that a child has been abused by any person is legally required to report that to the Florida Abuse Hotline. You cannot report abuse directly with Santa Rosa Kids House; learn more about what to do if you suspect child abuse.

Art Sponsorships

We have artwork throughout the Santa Rosa Kids' House that has been donated. Tour the House and if you see a piece of art you like then please inquire into the sponsorship levels. The levels range from $50 and up.

Room Sponsorships

Sponsor a room; available with monthly and annual giving plans. Sponsor furnishings; fund new furniture with a minimum donation of $200. Or, sponsor artwork; donate or sponsor artwork with a minimum donation of $150.

Brick Sponsorship

Place "sayings" on a brick to let someone know you care about them, such as In Memory, Happy Birthday, Happy Anniversary, or just because you care! The bricks are $60 each. Download and fill out the order form, send the form to, and pay the $60 fee online here to purchase a brick.

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Stay up-to-date on the Santa Rosa Kids’ House events, sponsorship opportunities, and more! Sign up for newsletters from our team and learn more about what we do here at the Santa Rosa Kids’ House.

upcoming events
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Chili Cook-Off, Marketplace, & Car Show


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Norm Crowder Kids Fest


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Pete Moore Memorial Golf Classic