Stories and Media

Stories and Media

Our stories of hope.

We all want the same things—love, security, connections—but we haven't all had the same opportunities.
 

At Cunningham Children’s Home, we give hope to those who need it most—youth who face serious emotional and behavioral challenges related to mental illness, neurological deficits, pervasive developmental delays, or autism. We love to share stories about our kids and the progress they are making and our wonderful staff who care for our youth.

 

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Latest News and Stories

The numbers are in and we are thrilled to announce YOUR hero-sized impact from the Be a Hero 5K! YOU helped us raise $13,514.02 in net proceeds to...
The Circle of Courage Award recognizes the dedication and service of outstanding long-term employees, celebrates staff whose long-term pattern of...
Be a hero in the eyes of Cunningham kids! Join us Saturday, October 16, 2021 for Cunningham Children’s Home Be a Hero 5K. Whether you move...
“This medal is HEAVY!” Jarrel* said to Paralympian Nichole Millage before adding, “I never would have thought the medals would all...
Having a sense of community unites us. Community allows us to support one another, interact and share experiences. We have seen firsthand how...
Caleb has been at Cunningham for seven years. He is always decked out in gear representing the teams he loves, and we probably have 50 pictures of...
"I’m ugly. I HATE school!" That’s what 11-year-old Melody* constantly told staff at Cunningham’s CIRCLE Academy Vermilion...
(June 30, 2021) Cunningham Children’s Home has been awarded EAGLE reaccreditation by the EAGLE Accreditation Commission. EAGLE is the only...