Child Guidance Center Seeks Warm Clothing Items for Boys Receiving Services
Would you and your co-workers like to provide a warm coat, stocking hat, and/or gloves for a boy in need this winter? Child Guidance Center (CGC; www.child-guidance.org) is in need of new warm coats in sizes medium (M) through extra-large (XL) for boys ages 12 – 18 who are receiving residential treatment or intensive outpatient treatment at the Therapeutic Group Home. During the last program year, 28 boys and their families benefitted from this program.
A generous gift of $100 – $125 will provide a new warm coat, stocking hat, and gloves for one boy in need this winter. Child Guidance Center is also in need of gifts to go toward helping to provide additional clothing, including shirts, and pants for the boys all year long.
Child Guidance Center inspires healthy futures for children and families through comprehensive behavioral and mental health services. “When it gets cold outside, local donors warm our hearts by donating funds for warm coats for children receiving services at Child Guidance Center,” shared Katie McLeese Stephenson, executive director.
For more information or to give a gift online, go to www.child-guidance.org, or mail your gift to Child Guidance Center at 2444 O St., Lincoln, NE 68510. For information, please contact Jenny Cardwell at firstname.lastname@example.org / (402) 475-7666.