Children’s Home of Lubbock is a community of volunteers, workers, and supporters that put efforts together to make life better for children who need to see that love and care exist in a world that has often been unfair and unjust. The Home has been a staple of the Lubbock community since 1954 and has served over 7,100 abused and neglected children throughout our history.
Children’s Village began serving Tyler, Texas and the surrounding counties in 1980. We strive to create a life for children in our care that is as normal as any other child in the community.
Christ’s Haven For Children is a nonprofit organization centered around the core values of Normalcy, Dignity, and Hope. We are located in the north Fort Worth/Keller area and provide a trauma-informed, family model of care for displaced children, teens, and young adults.
None of what Foster’s Home has done in 60 years of existence, nor what we shall do from this point forward, is possible without businesses, churches and individuals who partner with us. I like to tell people that when they give to Foster’s Home they are making an investment in a child’s future. It’s an investment in hope.
Hendrick Home for Children (HHC) in Abilene, Texas, offers services for children and single-parent families who need a jump start in their lives. We believe in second (and more) chances.
Since 1967, building strong relationships has been the foundation of our program at High Plains Children's Home and Family Services, Inc. Children in our care reside in a natural home environment with up to seven other housemates and a loving couple who serve as houseparents.
Hill Country Youth Ranch, founded in 1977, was built on 265 acres of donated land one mile west of Ingram, in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Volunteers joined to carve out the first roads, drill wells, and construct an educational village for abused children.
At the Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home, our mission is to provide quality programs and services for children and families in the El Paso, Texas region who are in need of care and guidance in achieving healthy life skills, goals and objectives. For more than 60 years, our 501(c)(3) nonprofit has served children and families who are experiencing difficulty in their lives – for whatever reason – by providing a positive environment and a full range of services.
Founded in Waco, Texas, in 1890, Methodist Children's Home serves youth through residential programs on the Waco campus and Boys Ranch. Each location is unique in its offerings, but together provide a caring, education-focused community designed specifically to meet the needs of the children in our care.
In 1989, Miracle Farm began its current mission as a nonprofit, residential program dedicated to helping at-risk teenage boys who are experiencing crisis with family relationships, behavior and social skills, and educational success. Following God’s leadership, we partner with families to bring connection, healing, and restoration.