- What can I donate?
You can donate any kid age 12 and under. Kids aged 12-18 will usually donate themselves. We accept kids in all conditions, including unmannered, unruly and uncivilized children. We will not accept parents donated by their children.
- My kid hasn't stopped running in years. Can I still donate?
Yes, most kid donations are accepted, running or not.
- Can I donate my neighbor's kids?
No. We suggest you just send them home.
- Do I need to be home when you pick up my kid?
You should continue to supervise your child until the time of pickup. We will not be liable for damages the child causes until we get there.
- How many kids can I donate?
As many as you've got.
- Is there any confidentiality protection about what my kid reveals?
We are legally bound to forever keep secret anything your kid says that might be embarrassing to you. Some real examples: When Uncle Joe and Aunt Sally came for dinner, my mom took a TV dinner, transferred it to a dinner plate and said she made it. When Grandma calls, Mommy always says to tell her she's not home.
- Is there any expense involved on my part?
No. There is absolutely no charge. We are receiving the most valuable thing.
- What areas do you service?
We can pick up kids in all 50 states. We offer special pickup from the candy aisle of the supermarket, the toy store and the dentist's office.
- How long will it take until my kid is picked up?
The average pickup time for kid donations is 24-72 hours from your initial contact with us. In the case of an emergency, we can arrange same day pickup. An emergency may be defined as any situation in which your child is causing you shortness of breath, high blood pressure, lack of sanity or other immediate danger to your well-being.
Examples of such emergencies may be:
- Your kid's thumb is deeply entrenched in the strawberry shortcake you spent an hour decorating for your mother's-in-law birthday party.
- Toilets each have a car flushed down them.
- Your kids are so tangled up with each other you almost can't tell whose hands are whose.
- You have no lives left in Candy Crush because your kid has used them all up.
- Will I get a car in return for my kid?
Not at this time. But you will get a free lifetime vacation.
- Can I donate my mother-in-law?
- Can I keep my kid and donate his pet garden snake?
No. All pets must be accompanied by a responsible kid.
- This seems too good to be true. Why are you doing this?
We actually have a very good reason. Here's why we are doing this.