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  • Nathanial and Jon became a host family to inspire and encourage future leaders. This is a great example of how we can develop our future leaders. Children's Home Society of Florida has been facilitating placement of our amazing young people with families in Tallahassee as they serve as Senate pages in the Florida Legislature. Jon and Nathanial share how their experience shaped them, and just how they are shaping the leaders of tomorrow. #Wedogood because we have incredible volunteers.

    You can inspire leadership as a Senate Page host | Opinion

    For the last five years, we have volunteered as the host family for Children's Home Society teens visiting Tallahassee for one week as they participate in the Florida Legislature's Senate Page Program. Program participants get a week long, hands-on experience participating in our state government.

  • With 231 team members and more than 6,500 CHS children and families in HurricaneMichael's path, we have been more on the GO than usual. But we still have work to do. Our team members have moved into our mobile command center and Do Gooders across the state are pitching in. Thank you to all who have helped so far!

  • "I am passionate about many things, but my desire to help children will always be one of my top priorities." -- Courtney Morsberger, Executive Assistant

    Read more on our Blog to follow this Do Gooder's journey through advocacy and building a career out of empowering children:

    The call to serve | Children's Home Society of Florida

    For as long as I can remember, I have felt a need to help others. In high school, I became involved with the Durham Rescue Mission, which is a homeless shelter

  • "'Home for the holidays' has special meaning for more than 200 children along the Treasure Coast. Because, this year, they are truly home." -- Sabrina Barnes-Sampson, Regional Executive Director of Treasure Coast

    To read more on this article from of our own leaders, go to:

    Greatest gift for these children: home for holidays

    "Home for the holidays" has special meaning for more than 200 children along the Treasure Coast. Because, this year, they are truly home. While many of us cherish longstanding holiday family traditions like baking cookies or decorating for the season, these children have spent months, or years, wondering if they would ever enjoy such traditions again -- or for the first time.

  • Looking for a reason to get involved? How about 115!

    115 Ways We Do Good.

    1. Our team members bring smiles to each other's faces by lending a hand when hands and schedules are full. 2. When children are being bullied, we take time to talk with them and share coping strategies. 3. Our 2,000+ team members empower children and families each day. 4.

  • CHS proudly stands today as the Mutual of America 2017 Community Partnership Award Winner!
    How do we ask kids to learn and achieve, when they're simply fighting to survive? Watch below:

    Evans High School * A Community Partnership School

    Evans High School * A Community Partnership School Children's Home Society of Florida Orlando, FL Children's Home Society of Florida is creating a pathway to success for underserved students in one of Orlando's poorest neighborhoods through their Community Partnership School at Evans High School.

  • Happy Children's Home Society of Florida Day! Mayor Kathy Meehan and Melbourne, Florida proclaimed November 17, 2017 Children's Home Society of Florida Day in honor of 115 years of #WeDoGood. CHS opened our Brevard offices in 1991, but have been active in the community long before that offering encouragement and safety to kids, teens and families. Want more CHS history? visit

  • After 115 years of service, CHS knows the impact of commitment in leadership. #CommunityPartnershipSchools #WeDoGood

    Community Partnership Schools: Transforming communities

    Imagine if you had the power to take a struggling Title 1 school ... a neighborhood riddled with crime and poverty ... and transform it into an academic center of excellence, a hub for the community where students and families could receive support and solutions to empower them to realize their full potential ...

  • #FromTheArchives – In 1920, Pensacola became the home of our first satellite office. Take a peek at these #ThenAndNows: Then: 1928: Serving 300 children each year
    Now: 2017: Serving more than 5,000 kids and families each year
    Then: 1928: Mrs. C.A. Weis, Officer of the CHS Auxilary Board
    Now: 2017: C.A. Weis Elementary School is a CHS #CommunityPartnershipSchool #WeDoGood

  • Charles McDonald, Big Bend ED, Opinion: Families in our community are not alone … via @tdonline

    Opinion: Families in our community are not alone

    What does it really mean to work toward a world where children realize their full potential? At Children's Home Society of Florida, it means being there for every child, every family - providing the right solution at the right time. In the Big Bend, we are known for being a solutions provider.

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