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The Methodist Home for Children and Youth

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About The Methodist Home for Children and Youth
The Methodist Home (TMH) is addressing the needs of at-risk youth throughout Georgia each and every day.  We not only provide the basics of food, clothing and shelter, but we give our young people safe and loving homes, therapeutic interventions, and programs and resources to meet their physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and educational needs.  We give them a FUTURE!  The mission of the TMH is to be a model organization that restores childhoods, strengthens families, and culitivates a people-building organization.  What originated as a widow and orphans home in the 1800's has evolved to become one of Georgia's premier residential facilities for young people in need serving hundreds of children and families annually.

When children come into our care, they typically come to us having suffered severe physical, emotional, and/or sexual abuse. Their backgrounds are devastating, but our goal is to restore those childhoods and help them to overcome their tragic pasts and move toward a healthy future. Therapy and residential care equips abused children with the tools to make choices that lead to a better future. 

GA Gives Day News
We have an ambitious goal this year! We want to raise $100,000 in 24 hours! Impossible? Maybe but we are stepping out in faith knowing our children are worth it!

How You Can Help
We are part of the SunTrust Financial Wellness Giving Challenge. Raising a minimum of $2,500 will guarantee additional money of $500 but the more we raise, the better the additional money. We could double the $2,500 to $5,000. Every dollar helps! 




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