The Virginia McCaffrey Fund for Children

The Virginia McCaffrey Fund for Children at Doorways was founded to honor Dr. Virginia “Vee” McCaffrey, who dedicated her life and career to protecting the most vulnerable in her community.

This fund will help support the Doorways’ Children’s Services program. Many children and young adults have witnessed or experienced significant trauma, including domestic violence and abuse, and some have endured life-long instability. The Virginia McCaffrey Fund will help provide support for the unique needs of these individuals. Counselors who work one-on-one with children and young adults residing in Doorways’ shelters and supportive housing program provide services and support including art and play therapy, as well as access to medical care and immunizations.

Donate now to give the gift of a brighter future to the children and youth at Doorways.

Make A Gift to the Fund

If you would like to make a larger gift, a gift of appreciated stock, or discuss other ways of giving, please contact Joy Myers, Doorways’ Chief Development Officer, at jmyers@doorwaysva.org or 703-504-9290. Thank you for your support!

Send Your Gift By Mail

Please make checks payable to “Doorways,” with “The Virginia McCaffrey Fund for Children” in the memo line, and mail to P.O. Box 100185, Arlington, VA 22210.

About The Virginia McCaffrey Fund for Children

A special message from fund founders Robert Wagner, MD, Marla Bolotsky Rosen, and Mary-Anne Liles

The Virginia McCaffrey Fund for Children at Doorways was founded to honor the work and life of Dr. Virginia “Vee” McCaffrey, an Arlington, Virginia and Washington, D.C. anesthesiologist who dedicated her life and career to protecting the most vulnerable in whatever community she was in. A champion of the underserved, especially children and young girls, she was giving of her time, money, and spirit.

Your gift to the Virginia McCaffrey Fund for Children helps support Doorways’ Children’s Services, including art and play therapy, access to medical care and immunizations, and additional support. An amateur painter, Dr. McCaffrey would be so proud to support these programs.

We hope you will help spread her spirit to these children and young adults.