ICFPP would not be able to thrive without the generous contributions by community members. There are several ways to donate to the program, please refer to the options below. We thank you in advance for any contributions made to our program.

Our program is a registered non profit and any donation that is made is tax deductible. 

Gift Cards

By donating a gift card (i.e. Visa, Safeway, Walmart, Target), you will be helping foster families purchase necessities for their home such as fresh groceries, pay for transportation and other essential needs. 

Monetary Donation

As many needs arise for families and with monetary contributions we can help assist families in emergencies and/or program necessities. Please make checks payable to Indian Child & Family Preservation Program and mailed or dropped off to either location.

Children's Clothing

Serving all ages and body types, any size of clothing / shoes are appreciated. Please contact us to inquire about the current needs of families. 


Being a non profit we are always looking for help with our programs and events. Please contact us to learn more about where you can help.

School Supplies

School supplies are always needed: notebooks, pencils, colored pencils, glue sticks, child scissors, binders, paper, calculators, pencil bags, rulers, and erasers.


Becoming a Foster Parent

Foster parenting is an old concept for the Indian Community. Generations ago, Indian foster parents were simply called "extended family." Without the extended family, we could not have maintained our valuable Indian traditions. Providing foster care is a fulfilling and meaningful family experience. 

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Ukiah Office 
175 Seminary Ave.

Ukiah, CA 95482

p: 707.621.8002   f:707.621.8003

Santa Rosa Office 

2525 Cleveland Ave., Ste. H

Santa Rosa, CA 95403

p: 707.544.8509  f: 707.544.8729