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Newsletters

Helping Hands is our printed newsletter mailed to our loyal donors three times a year. If you would like to receive a newsletter, please make a donation every year to the Methodist Children’s Homes.

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E-Newsletters

August 2016 Newsletter

July 2016 Newsletter

June 2016 Newsletter

May 2016 Newsletter

April 2016 Newsletter

March 2016 Newsletter

February 2016 Newsletter

December 2015 Newsletter

August E-Newsletter

July E-Newsletter

June E-Newsletter

Volunteer E-Newsletter

Brochures

We know that some of you love sharing the story of the Methodist Children’s Homes. Please feel free to print these brochures for your church or group. Thank You for sharing the stories.

Methodist Children’s Homes Brochure

Two of Us Brochure

Foster Care Brochure

Church and Magazine Ad Inserts

We would love for you to share or ads in your church publication.

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Vertical Half-Page Ad

Summer To-Do List Ad

Methodist Children’s Home Minute

For over 118 years, the Methodist Children’s Homes has cared for over 11,000 children. The Methodist Children’s Homes believes that every child deserves to grow up in a place where they are safe and nurtured with compassion. At MCH abused and neglected children are given a safe place in which they can heal and thrive through provision, guidance and counseling. MCH seeks to bring restoration to children and youth who have been neglected or abused. By the end of their time with MCH they hope to see that each child finds reconciliation with their biological families, love within an adoptive family or success as a productive, independent adult. They do this by offering safe, structured and supportive home environments, life skills training and therapeutic services. You can heal with your prayers, resources and time.

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Stories

Princess for a Night

Princess for a Night

Dating does not come easy while living at the children’s home, so when Terrance asked her to prom, she was doubtful that she would even be able to go. With persistence, Karah worked hard to make this dream come true. After getting the “ok” from her social worker and the staff at MCH, she was well on her way.

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