It’s makeover time for the housing used by the Single-Parent Program at MDCH, and your help is needed to make it happen. Renovations to the apartments and houses on campus began this summer and are averaging about $17,000 per unit. There are eight housing units altogether. The apartments were built in the 1970s and the
Imagine not knowing who will share Christmas with you… or if you will have Christmas at all. Here’s a quick question: when you were a kid, what was your favorite day of the year? It was Christmas, right? You could roll all the other special days together and they still wouldn’t be as exciting as
Summer Appeal Donate Now The summer months are perhaps the most enjoyable in any child’s life. When they hear that final school bell ring, all they can think about is play and relaxation for the next ten to twelve weeks. You remember that feeling, don’t you? I sure do, and I’m over 70 years old!
Make a Memorial or Honor gift today We all know someone special, a person whose life has been an inspiration for our very own. Sometimes it is difficult to repay a person for his or her example to us. However, there is an excellent way to honor that person. Because this person has meant so
Planned Giving and Estate Planning Leave a lasting legacy by including Mount Dora Children’s Home in your estate planning You can make a life-changing impact on the future by remembering Mount Dora Children’s Home in your estate plan or other major gifts. Your gifts can help transform the lives of needy children and families both
Please give generously to help children and families have hope for the future Your generous gifts make it possible for Mount Dora Children’s Home to continue providing education, security and care to children and families who need a fresh start and hope for the future. Click one of the choices below to learn more about
Sometimes you need a helping hand. At Mount Dora Children’s Home, we know that being a single parent can be challenging, especially when you have experienced domestic violence or other forms of abuse, abandonment, health problems or severe financial hardships. The Single Parent Opting for Christ (SPOC) Program is based on the belief that life’s
Our residential group care program provides a loving, nurturing environment for children who, often through no fault of their own, are in need of a more stable home, a family and the opportunity to just be children. Overseen by Christian house parents, our residential group care homes provide a positive family environment for boys and