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

Adrian* took a bite of his pizza and then shouted across the table, "TJ, TJ, TJ, I love you TJ!" Reassuringly, TJ responded, "I love...
We did it—all of us! Thanks to friends like you, our first ever virtual Festival of Quilts was truly an amazing experience. We are proud to...
The following article by Anthony Zilis appeared in The News-Gazette on May 31, 2020 'Not perfect ... but it has so much meaning behind it' It...
Projects in Deb Heater’s Social Skills class at Gerber, our residential education program, help equip our youth with the tools they need to be...
More Than A Game As our direct care staff are adjusting how they care for our kids during this pandemic, so too are our therapists at HopeSprings...
As National Volunteer Appreciation Week draws to an end, we reflect on the many things made possible at Cunningham Children's Home because of the...
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Will Kirkpatrick grew up in Urbana and had friends who lived at Cunningham Children’s Home. In high school, he and his friends would fish at...
The article below was featured as part of the News-Gazette's: Sunday Special | Coronavirus and the community, Part V  (April 19, 2020) The...
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