543 Baker St
San Francisco, CA 94117-1405
Phone 415-563-9091
Fax 415-563-5230


:: Meetings & Application
Childrens Foundation Application (2019)

Next Meeting: March 13, 2021
   Applications Due by March 1
         May 22,2021
 Applications Due by May. 7, 2021

Case Manager Email: CFcasemanager@ndgw.org

Organization Application

Campership Application:
Due annually by March 31st

:: How You Can Help!
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Donation Form - Print and Mail

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and NPO number RR552.


NPO #RR552
Located in the cities of Brentwood, Ceres, Denair, Diamond Springs, Freedom, Fresno, Galt, Gardnerville, Gilroy, Hanford, Hollister, Livermore, Livingston, Lodi, Manteca, Modesto, Oakdale, Ripon, Salinas, San Jose, Soledad, Stockton, Tracy, Tulare, Turlock, Visalia & Watsonville.


The Native Daughters of the Golden West Childrens Foundation
The 501(c)(3) charitable Childrens Foundation was founded in 1952 and is sponsored by the Native Daughters of the Golden West, an organization of individuals born in California who are dedicated to the preservation of California’s history and the social and cultural development of the State.

The Foundation serves the interests of children who are not eligible for any other existing aid. When a child needs medical, dental, occupational or educational therapy, the Foundation is there to provide the help needed for those services, thanks to the hard work and generous donations of the Native Daughters of the Golden West, their friends, and community supporters.

With funds from donations, the Jewell McSweeny Memorial Camperships and the Hazel B. Hansen Memorial Grants, Native Daughters of the Golden West send special children to specialized camps. Without our help, many of these children would be unable to experience the joy of camping.

The Foundation serves children from infancy to age eighteen. All services must be administered within the State of California. Native Daughters Members, agencies, or individuals submit a confidential grant application along with a financial statement.

An application is to be accompanied by a report from the doctor, hospital, or clinic which is to provide the services as well as the nature of the disability, the service needed and the cost thereof. An application may be acquired from any Member of the Native Daughters of the Golden West.

The Childrens Foundation reviews the application, the necessity of treatment and the cost before assuming the payment of any expenses to be incurred. An emergency grant may be approved by any Childrens Foundation Member for a case requiring immediate treatment during the interim period between Foundation meetings.

Our Foundation Members come from all walks of life, all dedicated to the service of California’s children. With your donations and support, we are making a difference in children’s lives, and therefore, the future of our State.