An important update from the Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees is currently conducting a search for our new President and Chief Executive Officer.  The search committee, led by Executive Committee chairperson Debby Stikes, has retained Caldwell Partners to work with the committee on  this exciting initiative.  Anyone with an interest in applying for the role, should email a cover letter and resume to Lloyd Peurye,

2015: a year of great impacts

At The United Methodist Children’s Home, we envision a world where every child is raised in a loving, compassionate, and nurturing home.  With your generous support in 2015, we came so much closer to achieving that goal.  Whether you are a volunteer, donor, foster parent, or simply helped spread the word of our work, we are grateful!

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Important message from the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees

A Message from the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees (Debby Stikes – Chairperson, Jim Cantrell, Jim Manley, Warren McClellan, and Wiley Stephens)

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Christmas magic at The Children’s Home

On Saturday, Dec. 12, The United Methodist Children’s Home hosted our annual Christmas event to celebrate the holidays with the families and children we serve. More than 400 volunteers, foster families, family housing residents, and staff joined together to celebrate Christmas at The Children’s Home.  Your generous support helped make this event magical for everyone.


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An Extended Family

When sisters Aubry and Riley Kate were placed into Daryl and Rachel Allison’s home, they had seen so much change in their short lives that they weren’t sure to whom they actually belonged. For months two-year-old Riley Kate would see any adult and say “Mommy? Daddy?” Their foster story was a complex one involving three other siblings in care and an unclear future — some might go back to their birth mother, to a group home for medically-fragile children, or be adopted.


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