Giving our kids a better environment to heal, learn, and grow.
Fundraising continues for our Education and Recreation Center which will include our schools designed to provide the highest quality, most appropriate educational environment to meet the needs of our students. Cunningham’s schools serve students who need intensive special education services as well as therapeutic treatment for their emotional and behavioral challenges.
Jennifer Lane of Westville never imagined the ripple effect that would be created from what started out as a difficult conversation with her 10-year-old son, Carson. Because of some unfortunate circumstances in their life, Jennifer had to tell Carson that he would not be getting as much for Christmas this year.
President/Chief Executive Officer
2018 Committee Chairs
With great excitement, we marked the beginning of construction on our newest facility, the Education and Recreation Center (ERC), with a groundbreaking ceremony on Sunday, August 20.
We want to honor your unit for all you have done for Cunningham Children’s Home in 2018!
To be recognized as a Spirited Servant Unit, you must support Cunningham through at least one activity in each of the four areas listed below.
Friday and Saturday, April 13 and 14, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A Cunningham Children’s Home tradition, now in its 14th year, attracted nearly 1,400 visitors and raised more than $76,000 in 2017 to help bring hope to hundreds of youth and families.
For a suggested donation of $5 for admission,the Festival, our signature fundraiser, features something for everyone: