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The Libertore Fund for Children, Inc. is a foundation that is managed by a board of directors. We assist nonprofit organizations with grants and donations. We research each organization to assess its effectiveness, cost-efficiency, transparency, and need for funding in order to maximize the value of each contribution.

We are a non-profit public 501(c)3 charity. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent provided by the law. Our Federal Tax ID number is 46-5207111. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free 800-435-7352 within the State of Florida. The Registration number is CH49581. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State.

We cannot give an accounting, tax, or legal advice but work closely with the donor’s advisors if requested. It is strongly encouraged that each donor consults with a qualified advisor. It is the donor’s responsibility to secure independent legal counsel for all gifts made to The Libertore Fund for Children Nonprofit

Cash or Credit Card

LibFund welcomes cash gifts, the most common form of giving. You just have to write a check in our name and mail it with any instructions that you may have for your gift. Your other option is to fill out the form online and pay through our website. 

Considering a Gift of Stock?

The Libertore Fund For Children makes it super easy to gift stock. Click here for easy step-by-step instructions on how to make a gift of stock.

Shares can be electronically transferred to The Libertore Fund for Children Inc account via Schwab One. Contact Tim Debruyne at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Schwab Alliance at (800) 515-2157 to get started.

Crypto Donation 

Simplify your giving with a cryptocurrency donation to at-risk kids. Use the link below for a secure donation portal through every.org. It's that simple. 

Gifts in Remembrance

Remember someone that has passed away by giving in their name to help an at-risk child in need. You will be informed of all donations given in your loved one’s name.

Gifts By Wills and Living Trusts

Consider leaving a gift through your will or living trust. You retain full use of your gift assets during your life. When considering this option, we recommend that you consult with your CPA or attorney for bequest language and tax benefits.

  • General Bequest specifies that we will receive a designated sum. 
  • Percentage Bequest states that we will receive a certain predetermined percentage of your estate.
  • Contingent Bequest is contingent on some event. For example, you could make a primary bequest for a relative, with the contingency that if that relative is not living at the time of your death, the bequest will pass to LibFund. Or, in the case of your husband or wife, you could stipulate that if your spouse is not living at the time of your death, then the bequest will pass to The Libertore Fund for Children.

We believe that all children should have their basic needs met, but beyond that, they should have a safe, caring environment in which to live and grow academically, physically and spiritually. Educational opportunities that remediate and challenge should be available to ensure academic success. Mental health and medical services for healthy minds and bodies, and ample food and water so they never go to bed or wake up hungry.

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Who We Fund

Non-profit agencies in Florida, mainly Central Florida and counties in Suncoast Florida, that provide quality services for at-risk children, ages 0-18. These agencies show positive outcomes for services provided, are transparent with financials, meet our criteria and align with our mission. 

 What We Fund

  • Supplemental Education for Struggling Students
  • Early Childhood Literacy Intervention Programs
  • Health and Nutrition Programs for Youth and Families
  • Child Hunger
  • Community Based After School and Summer Programs That Provide a Safe & Caring Environment for Children to Develop in Every Area of Development
  • Shelters & Homes for Unwed Mothers, Orphans, and Abused Youth
  • Pregnancy Help Clinics for Mothers Facing an Unplanned Pregnancy
  • Therapy for Babies and Children with Developmental Delays, Physical Disabilities, and Mental Illness
  • Services for Youth that are Victims of Trafficking
  • Parenting Education Programs
  • Foster Care and Adoption Services
  • Child Abuse Services
  • Services for Homeless Children
  • Sports Camps and Clinics for underprivileged youth ages 11-18

"Life Begins Where Fear Ends"  --Osho

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Contact Us

The Libertore Fund For Children
P.O. Box 5415
Lakeland, FL 33807

info@libfund.org
(844)329-4434

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