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

Because of friends like you, the students at Cunningham Children’s Home are experiencing a little piece of paradise. To most, the photo to the...
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Everything about Kathryne Brown’s classroom appears inviting. A window display welcomes each student into “Paradise” and once...
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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’...
National Superhero Day–a day to honor superheroes, both real and fictional–is observed annually on April 28. Batman, Superman, Captain...
Did you know you can still contribute to the 2019 Festival of Quilts by purchasing a quilt now?  While we are pleased to report that 70 percent...
Monday, July 8, 2019 at the University of Illinois Golf Course  For 30 years, former Illini great and professional basketball player Kendall...
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The numbers are in for the 15th Annual Festival of Quilts. With the help of so many, Cunningham Children’s Home raised $70,206 in net proceeds...
ECHO (Empowering Connections through Hope and Opportunity), Cunningham's Housing and Employment Support Program, has allowed our staff to serve...