Fall is upon us, and virtual school is in full swing here on the campus. Our case managers and cottage staff work diligently to keep the kids in our care engaged, creative, and learning, which is not an easy task even in the best of times.

We've put together a taste of The Children's Home's late summer and fall happenings. We appreciate you and the community for coming together and being GAME CHANGERS in the lives of the children in our care.
We're grateful to Mosaic Christian Christian Church, who recently completed its annual Impact Week here at the home. Volunteers worked in pods on socially-distant projects around the campus, including work on our nature trails and building new flower gardens.

The work done all over the campus makes it a prettier and nicer place to be!

Recently, several of our neighbors have stepped up to help with the rising costs of food. Our thanks to CCBC and the Y of Central Maryland for the boxes of produce and canned goods.

We're also thankful for Aaron Gartrell of Keller Williams Realty Centre who works tirelessly on behalf of TCH residents. Just yesterday, he orchestrated a delicious and nutritious dinner for the entire campus from Stephen Hock at Farmhouse Greens.
Service, Learning & Employment
We've teamed up with the Baltimore County Department of Economic and Workforce Development to employ a handful of residents. They work each Saturday morning to organize and distribute food those who need it.

It's a great opportunity to learn job skills, earn money, and give back to Baltimore all at the same time.
2019 Annual Report Published
Despite rising costs and marginal reimbursement rate increases, The Children's Home continues its reputation of therapeutic service and excellent stewardship to children in need of residential care.

This year's annual report covers our activities and achievements over the past fiscal year. In that time, The Children's Home served 182 children and young adults from across Maryland and the District. We've launched a new model of care, increased services to transgender youth, and celebrated some major milestones.
Creative Cottage Contest
The Children's Home is hosting a Halloween-themed door decorating contest. The winning cottage will get a special dinner out on the town.

Here's the creatively creepy entry put together by the girls in the Vienna Reese (VR) Cottage.

Donate your Decorations
In an effort to have some safe (yet spooky) fun, we will be hosting a Haunted House for our residents this year. The cheer committee would appreciate donations of decorations. Please contact us at 410-744-7310 to arrange a curbside drop-off.

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For 157 years, The Children's Home has cared for and protected Maryland's vulnerable youth. There are no shut-downs for us. These children need and deserve our protection after facing years of trauma, abuse and violence. Help us meet their needs; ...

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