At Methodist Home for Children, we are called to God’s work of changing lives. We work with children who’ve been through revolving short-term foster placements, who were born addicted to drugs, who’ve suffered abuse and neglect. We serve teenagers who are lost to themselves because of substance abuse, mental illness and learned behaviors. We help stabilize their families, when possible, and open kids' futures to new opportunities through higher-education grants and vocational training. Our commitment is for a lifetime. Your support makes this possible.
We are excited to announce that Peter Williams, former president and chief financial officer of … More >
The Teaching Family Association at its annual conference in October recognized two staff members, … More >
Please join us for great food and fellowship at Edenton Street United Methodist Church as it … More >
VIEW PHOTO GALLERY | VISIT WILMINGTONEE.COM Thank you to all who made our 8th annual Wilmington's … More >
Methodist Home for Children mourns the loss of its longtime friend and board member David K. Witt, … More >