Boys Town National Headquarters
Boys Town, NE
Boys Town, formerly Girls and Boys Town and Father Flanagan's Boys' Home, is a non-profit organization dedicated to caring for its children and families, with national headquarters in the village of Boys Town, Nebraska. The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was designated as a National Historic Landmark on February 4, 1985.
Masonic Homes of California
Union City, CA
California Master Masons founded the Masonic Homes of California over 100 years ago to provide organized relief to those in need. Today, in residential and community-based programs, the Masonic Homes cares for seniors and children in the name of every Mason in California- past, present and future. The Masonic Homes of California are a unifying symbol of the fraternal commitment to provide relief for the betterment of our members in need and society in general. Working in collaboration with individual Masons and Lodges, we eliminate those conditions in life that prevent people from achieving their full potential, enjoying satisfying relationships with family and friends and contributing to their communities.
Methodist Children's Home
Methodist Children's Home (MCH) is a child care ministry affiliated with the six United Methodist Annual Conferences of Texas and New Mexico. Founded in 1890, MCH began as an orphanage and has developed into a comprehensive program of care. MCH serves annually more than 6,000 children, youth and families through residential care, a Boys Ranch, foster care, in-home services to strengthen the family and a transition living program. MCH offers hope to children, youth and families through a nurturing, Christian community.
Founded in 1922, Ohio Living is the largest and most experienced not-for-profit provider of life plan communities and services in Ohio. With headquarters in Columbus, we serve more than 73,000 people annually through its wholly owned subsidiaries Ohio Living Communities and Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice.
Bethesda Lutheran Communities
Bethesda Lutheran Communities is a non-profit human service organization serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities through faith-based programs.
Presbyterian Children's Homes & Services
Since its beginnings in 1903 as an orphanage in Dallas, Presbyterian Children's Homes and Services has been providing residential care and other services to children and families with no place else to turn. Whether it's through one of our group homes, a foster home, our child and family program, or the advanced education and aftercare program, we do all we can to help show the children in our care that they are beloved children of God. We serve children age birth to 17 who have suffered from neglect, abuse and abandonment, or children whose families are experiencing some type of crisis, such as the death of a parent, divorce, illness, violence, homelessness, parental drug/alcohol abuse and other issues that threaten family stability.
Garden Spot Village
New Holland, PA
Garden Spot Village is a licensed, non-profit, faith-based continuing care retirement community in New Holland, Pennsylvania. The facility is operated by Garden Spot Communities, Inc., a 5013 not-for-profit corporation, and it provides residential and health-care services for adults ages 55 and above.
Motion Picture and Television Fund
Los Angeles, CA
The Motion Picture & Television Fund is a charitable organization that offers assistance and care to those in the motion picture and television industries with limited or no resources.
Cal Farley's Boys Ranch
Founded in 1939, Boys Ranch, founded by Cal Farley, is one of America's largest privately-funded childcare providers specializing in residential services in a Christ-centered environment at no cost to the families of children in our care. Our historic residential campus offers 24-hour supervision in a small community setting. The educational and cutting-edge therapeutic programs provide the children we serve academic, vocational and therapeutic opportunities.
The first swing of a club in 1994 started a continuing stream of generosity from countless corporations, foundations and individuals. Proceeds from Tee it Up for Kids!support the Luthercare for Kids Scholarship Fund, impacting nearly 50% of the children we serve in our Luthercare for Kids Early Learning Centers. Scholarship assistance is a vital resource for families who struggle to afford high quality child care.