The Todd Ouida Children's Foundation currently provides support to the following:

Andrus Children's Center
Shapes policies and practices that prevent and overcome the effect of childhood adversity and promotes resilience to secure strong, healthy futures for children, families and communities.

Association for Child Psychoanalysis
Promotes psychoanalytic treatment for children and has instituted a grants program for families in need.

CarePlus New Jersey: Healthy Families TIP Bergen County
Provides education and support services to new and expectant parents at risk for child abuse and neglect.

Center for Food Action
Fights hunger and homelessness with emergency food, housing and utility assistance, counseling and advocacy. Prepares weekend snack packs for children at risk of weekend hunger.

Center for Hope and Safety
Dedicated to rebuilding lives beyond domestic violence, providing emergency shelter and transitional housing for women and their children.

Children's Aid and Family Services
Multiple programs based on the belief that children need nurturing, healthy families in supportive communities to thrive.

Children's Aid Society
On the front lines of services to New York City's underserved children and families, providing cutting-edge programs in community centers, camps, public schools, family courts and even in children's own homes.

Child Mind Institute
Dedicated to transforming the lives of children struggling with mental health and learning disorders, delivering the highest standards of care, advancing the science of the developing brain, and empowering parents, professionals and policymakers to support children when and where they need it most.

Community FoodBank of New Jersey-Kids Division
Provides meals and snacks to children in after-school and day care programs around the state through their Kids Cafes, and works to get clothes and school supplies to the needy through their Kids Closet and SHOPA Kids in Need Center.

Eva's Village: Hope Residence for Mothers and Children
Provides a wide range of support services to homeless mothers and their children, addressing their mental and physical health.

Family Promise of Bergen County
Assists working families with children who are temporarily homeless.

Fresh Air Fund
Sends children on visits with volunteer host families through the Friendly Town program and operates five camps in upstate New York. Also operates a year-round Career Awareness Program for inner-city youths.

Montclair State University, Center for Autism and Childhood Mental Health: Zippy's Friends
A school-based program for five to seven year olds, designed to help children develop coping and social skills.

New City Kids
Teens are empowered to lead two after school centers, a summer camp, and a sailing school and in the process not only become leaders but help turn an old city into a New City.

New York Psychoanalytic Institute Treatment Center
Offers psychoanalytic treatment at sliding scale fees to people who are otherwise unable to afford such intensive treatment and refers patients who can benefit from psychoanalysis to candidates who are seeking advanced training in the practice of psychoanalysis.

U.S. Fund for UNICEF
Promotes the survival, protection, and development of all children worldwide through fundraising, advocacy, and education.

University of Michigan Comprehensive Depression Center
Their mission is to detect depression and bipolar disorders earlier, treat more effectively, prevent recurrences and progression, counteract stigma, and improve public policy.

Valley Health System: Journeys Bereavement Program Support groups facilitated by art therapists for young children and adolescents affected by the death or serious illness of a loved one.

Volunteer Center of Bergen County: Summer Campership Fund
A public-private venture in which children of low-income working families are given the opportunity to attend summer day camp.

West Bergen Mental Healthcare
The Center for Children and Youth provides a comprehensive, research-based treatment program designed to meet the needs of children and adolescents experiencing depression and mood disorders.

YCS Institute for Infant and Preschool Mental Health: BabySteps
Supports parents' capacities to provide a nurturing environment to their children and respond to their infants' wonderful capacities to form relationships.