Coronavirus Update

These are unprecedented times. Our lives and daily routines have been fully disrupted by the current COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, our commitment to serve children and families in need remains steadfast….

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Support Your Kids

COVID-19 is not an ideal season, but we know that God is with us and is walking alongside us in the uncertainty and the stress. And in the midst of…

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Together, we’ll see this through.

  I wish you could meet Regina. You would understand her completely, even though her life is very different from yours. Regina lives in a family-like residential cottage on Thornwell’s…

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Coronavirus Update

We are closely monitoring the current Coronavirus situation (aka novel coronavirus, COVID-19) and regularly reviewing information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other public health officials….

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Coronavirus Update | Free Meals

  We are closely monitoring the current Coronavirus situation (aka novel coronavirus, COVID-19) and regularly reviewing information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other public health officials….

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Coronavirus Update

We are closely following updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). As a result of the Governor’s executive order, all schools in…

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From Hurt to Healing, to Hope

It all began with an unassuming trip to visit a beloved non-profit supported by her church, Christ Presbyterian Church in Tallahassee, FL. Sylvia and her husband were driving through Thornwell’s…

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A Village of Support

  It’s your heart of gold that makes it possible for Thornwell to provide a three-year-old kindergarten program at our Child Development Center. And it’s your meaningful gifts that are…

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Life on the Front Lines of Service

  Sixteen years ago, Leah and Adam were married college graduates with a lifetime of plans ahead of them. Involved in their church and working with young people, they found…

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