Baptist Children's Homes

2019 Baptist Children╩╣s Homes Annual Food Drive

 

 

April 8 –18, 2019,  the UBA Missions Resource Center collected for the Baptist Children’s Homes (BCH) Annual Food Drive.  The Children’s Home has experienced a 25% increase in the number of children served without a corresponding budget increase.  We thank the six (6) churches and the FCCLA (Family, Career & Community Leaders of America, Piedmont High School)  that participated to provide staple food items, paper products and cleaning supplies.  Also, a total of $150.00 was given in gift cards.  This annual food drive helps BCH provide more than 70,000 meals and snacks to children in care on their campuses across North Carolina.  Micah Lee, BCH Director of Development for the Metrolina Region, extends appreciation and a sincere thank you to all who gave for this ministry that benefits the children. 

Thank you to the volunteers from Ground 40: Greg Faile, Wesley Keziah & Woody Lyles for assisting with loading the truck this year. 

We appreciate the assistance of Ann Dora Rollins and Betty Kiker from Mountain Springs Baptist Church & Sherry Lane from Philadelphia Baptist Church; for helping to sort, check dates, and pack the supplies in cardboard boxes.

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Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina was founded November 11, 1885, and today has 24 facilities in 19 locations in our State of NC and also operates an Orphanage and Medical Clinic in Guatemala.  Their mission is “to provide the highest quality of Christian services to children, adults, and families in a caring culture of measurable excellence”.  Their vision statement is “Sharing hope…Changing Lives”.

Thank you for your support of Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina.  

Please visit their website at www.bchfamily.org

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Bring Electronic Recyclable Items to Help BCH

Recycle & help BCH earn funds to meet the needs of boys and girls. The condition desn't matter...simply bring the following items to Friends of Children:
used laser/toner or inkjet cartridges
old cell phones
small electronics including digital cameras, ipod/MP3players, GPS systems, laptops

For more information about projects and registration, contact Alan Williams at 1.800.476.3669 or email him at awilliams@bchfamily.

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