Seatcheck is proud to host the webpage for the DuPage County Safe Kids Chapter. Seatcheck is a local member of DuPage County Safe Kids, but is otherwise not affiliated with Safe Kids USA. Seatcheck is not a non-profit organization.
DuPage County SAFE KIDS supports child safety initiatives in DuPage County and neighboring communities in the Chicago suburbs. With limited volunteer and financial support, we generally focus our emphasis on child passenger safety. We organize checkup events and coordinate local fitting stations throughout the year. When possible, we also participate in carseat distribution programs to low income families in DuPage County. Unfortunately, program cuts at the DuPage County Health Department, The Care and Counseling Center, Healthy DuPage, Central DuPage Hospital, the Wheaton Police Department and other agencies have severely hurt this effort in recent years. Our chapter is an IRS listed 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and our meetings are open to the public. Included on this page are a list of future events, a meeting schedule and a list of our member organizations. We invite support for our initiatives from individuals and other organizations. Please contact one of our officers listed at the bottom of this page with inquiries!
Due program and budget cuts at the DuPage County Health Department and other local government agencies over the last few years, we are actively seeking new sources of funding for our vital programs. Due to these cuts in our funding and program cuts at other county organizations, we regret that DuPage County SAFE KIDS no longer provides free child seats to WIC or other low income families.
|DuPage County SAFE KIDS (hosted online by Car-Safety.Org) is a non-profit organization affiliated with the Illinois SAFE KIDS Coalition and SAFE KIDS USA. Your donations will support our local child safety programs, including free carseat checkups and carseat distribution to low income families in DuPage County, Illinois. Your donations may be tax deductible to the extent of the law, and a confirmation letter will be mailed upon request. You may donate with any of the three methods below.|
|1) You may send a check payable to “DuPage County SAFE KIDS” and mail to: DuPage County Safe Kids, c/o Seatcheck, P.O. Box 401, Naperville, IL 60566|
|2) You may also donate using Paypal. Paypal does deduct a very small processing charge from all secure credit card donations, and may also require you to open an account
if you do not have one already.
|3) DuPage County SAFE KIDS is registered with NetworkForGood and Guidestar. Through Network for Good, your secure credit card donation will be received by DuPage County SAFE KIDS. Click to support DuPage County Safe Kids.
Please note that the payment will appear as “Network For Good” or
“PipeVine” on your credit card statement
|DuPage County SAFE KIDS thanks you for your generosity. Your donation may be tax deductible and will help prevent the #1 cause of death for kids ages 1-14.|
|Please Call Ahead for an Appointment to make sure a Certified Child
Passenger Safety Tecnnician is Available during the hours listed!
Do you live in the Western Chicago Suburbs and don’t see a location in
|Monthly meetings have been booked for the following tentative dates and times in 2010, unless noted. Meetings are open to the general public.
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