The Impact of a Thumbprint Annual Dinner will be held on October 25, 2023 at the Country Club of Rancho Bernardo. We will be joined by our Keynote Speaker San Diego County District Attorney Summer Stephan along with Special Guest John Corcoran, The Corcoran Foundation. Come and learn about the exciting things we are doing to impact homeless children who have been impacted by trauma and childhood domestic violence.
For tickets please tap the Purchase Tickets button to the right and donate the appropriate amount.
$125 for individual tickets
$2500 for a sponsor table ( advertising package included )
To send a check for tickets or a sponsor table, please send to:
The Thumbprint Project Foundation
17829 Ralph's Ranch Road
San Diego, CA 92127
The Thumbprint Project Foundation is a 501c(3) organization.
For questions about the event, please contact us at 619-537-6376.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Join us in support of The Thumbprint Project Foundation for and exciting evening full of laughter at Second Chance Beer Co. featuring Jason Love! Make it a fun date night or a great evening out with your friends.
To purchase tickets, please click on the DONATE NOW button below and donate the appropriate amount. Ticket prices for individuals is $50 and for couples $85.
Date: March 20, 2023
Second Chance Beer Co.
15378 Avenue of Science, #222
San Diego, CA 92128
The Thumbprint Project Foundation is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization.
We are so grateful for your support and we would like to share with you the highlights of the "The Impact of a Thumbprint" Annual Dinner that was held on June 2, 2022 at the Inn at Rancho Santa Fe. We wanted to thank our Keynote Speaker District Attorney Summer Stephan. She has devoted her life to protecting children and families and provided justice to the most vulnerable.
In addition we would like to thank, our other special guests Megan Dowell, Director of Homeless Services Salvation Army as well as Patricia Wenskunas President of Crime Survivors. In addition to our speakers, we also wanted to give thanks to Ainsley Savant who gave a wonderful tribute to those victims of Childhood Domestic Violence which was captivating.
We look forward to the rest of 2022 and serving those voiceless children in need, our homeless children impacted by Childhood Domestic Violence. There is acknowledgment that a child who is exposed to domestic violence abuse, both physical and verbal, during their upbringing will suffer developmental and psychological damage. Exposure to violence in the home negatively wires and encodes the child's developing brain (negative neural pathways are formed-forming a "thumbprint"). This "thumbprint" shapes a child's behavior, sense of self, and how they view others. If not addressed, these negative behaviors will assimilate into their lives, and it will perpetuate. The generational cycle persists. It is believed that the next homeless generation cycle has taken root as these children were trapped behind close doors, caught in the cross-fire during the time of COVID. A child who has been exposed to domestic violence is:
We wanted to thank you for supporting The Thumbprint Project Foundation. As a foundation, we will let these children know "we see you, you matter-this is not your fault" and we are here to help. As a community we can come together and help these children grow in safety, quality of life, and opportunity. Your continued support enables us bring more awareness about Childhood Domestic Violence and the impact to our communities and allows us to make a positive impact on these innocent victims.
CURRENT IMMEDIATE NEED! - We are in need of shoes of all sizes from infant, toddler and to teens. These children are missing the most basic necessities. On your next shoe purchase at the store or on the web, please consider purchasing one extra pair of athletic shoes to support these children. By calling our office at (619)-537-6376, we will arrange for pick-up from one of our team members.