Transforming Lives and Communities During Difficult Times
Even though much of the world is on pause, Children’s Home Society of NC’s mission to provide children and families across North Carolina with support and resources never stops. The power of family transforms lives and communities even during the most difficult times.
Since our founding in 1902, Children’s Home Society of NC (CHS) has placed more than 16,000 children with nurturing adoptive families through our mission to promote the right of every child to a permanent, safe, and loving family. CHS found forever families for 214 children through adoption last year, and more than 550 children are currently in the care of CHS foster families across the state. We continue in our commitment to ensuring that the children of North Carolina have permanent, safe, and loving families.
Staying at Home with Children’s Home Society of NC: Storytelling Through Different Perspectives, is a week-long virtual fundraising effort, concluding with two special live events tomorrow, created to allow us to share the stories of families and children and the need we are faced with in continuing this vital work.
Facebook LIVE Events
With Special Guests: Allison Maxon and Sean Anders
Friday, April 17 | 10am ET & 1pm ET
Allison Maxon, child and family therapist and consultant on the 2018 film Instant Family, will join us LIVE via Facebook from Southern California at 10am ET. Matt Anderson, CHS’s Vice President of Programs, will join Allison in a meaningful and vibrant conversation about how the power of storytelling can change children’s lives.
Allison Maxon, CHS’s Matt Anderson, and special guest Sean Anders, director of Instant Family and adoptive parent, will discuss how and why this movie was made and why it is such a true passion for them
We also know some of our CHS families need extra help right now. And, that is why we have created the CHS Family Relief Fund. 25% of all gifts made via chsnc.org/APlaceToCallHome through the end of April 2020 will be directed to provide help for our CHS families who are suffering COVID-19 related economic hardships.
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Be safe and be well.
#alonetogether, #stayathome, #chs4families
P.S. If you missed our earlier video message from our President and CEO Brian Maness as he shares his perspective on the current environment and why in these unprecedented times, it is important that we come together.
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