Tax Deductible Donations Welcome!
Child Quest International is a nonprofit corporation devoted to the protection and recovery of missing, abused and exploited children. Donating to Child Quest International provides crucial support to missing children and child victims of exploitation. Donations help us find missing children, increase our child safety education and allow us to provide our services for FREE to searching families and law enforcement. We NEVER CHARGE A FEE for our recovery services.
Help Child Quest protect children and reunite families by making a tax deductible donation by credit card.
To contribute by mail, please make your tax deductible check or money order payable to: Child Quest International. Mail checks or money order to 1177 Branham Lane, #280, San Jose, CA 95118-3766.
Vehicle Donation Program
If you have an unwanted vehicle, running or not, donate it to Child Quest International and help protect kids while getting a tax deduction! Our car donation program will pick up your unwanted vehicle or vessel and process all paper at no charge! Click here or call for your donation pick up today! 1-866-617-2977
If you would like to contribute to our mission through donations of gently used clothing, household appliances, or furniture, please CONTACT US. For donation drop-off information and locations, please call (781) 771-8628 for the following locations:
297 Park Street, Stoughton, MA 02072
322 Moody Street, Waltham, MA 02453
246 Mill Street (Drop-Off Trailer in Parking Lot), Leominster, MA 01453
1005 Boylston Street, Newton, MA 02467 (Next to the UPS store on Route 9 westbound, cross street is Woodward)
Thank you for your interest in Child Quest International and for KEEPING HOPE ALIVE!
Child Quest International, Inc is a registered Nonprofit 501 (c)(3). Federal Tax I.D. # 77-0252808. Areas of expertise include: Missing Children/Runaways, Case Management, Prevention Education, Victim Advocacy, NamUs Missing Person Database, and Critical Reach Electronic Photo Dissemination. We are members of the Association of Missing and Exploited Children's Organizations (AMECO) and recognized by local and national law enforcement agencies, Missing Children Clearinghouses, and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC).