If you would like to support our organization, see information below.
Your generous donation to SCBWI supports the creation of quality children's books so that young people everywhere have the books they need and deserve. CLICK HERE to donate by credit card via Stripe to the SCBWI General Fund.
Become a member - it's the easiest way to support SCBWI! Membership makes our events, programs, grants, awards and outreach possible and supports you on your own path to publication. See all member benefits.
The SCBWI Emergency/Tribute Fund commemorates members of the children’s book community, their lives, and their work. All money donated to this fund is used to offer relief to SCBWI members who have suffered from either a health, economic, or natural disaster emergency.
CLICK HERE to donate to the Emergency/Tribute Fund.
If you prefer, you may donate by mailing a check to the following address:
SCBWI Emergency/Tribute Fund 6363 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 114 Los Angeles, CA 90048
If you are donating in tribute, please include the name of the person you would like to commemorate.
Each year, a grant from SCBWI's Amber Brown Fund pays for a well-respected children’s book author or illustrator to visit a public school that normally can't afford school visits.
CLICK HERE to donate to the SCBWI Amber Brown Fund.
If you prefer, you can donate by mailing a check to the following address:
SCBWI Amber Brown Fund 6363 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 114 Los Angeles, CA 90048
If mailing a check, please include your name, address, and email address.
Contributions to the SCBWI Impact and Legacy Fund support projects that highlight the important role of children's books and their creators in society; support quality children's literature for all communities and audiences; and provide education, financial support, and public information for children's book creators, their programs, and their good works. Your gift may be tax deductible and we are happy to provide you with a donor letter upon request.
CLICK HERE to donate to the SCBWI Impact and Legacy Fund.