How can a child be referred to NANA’s Children’s Home?
Anyone can refer a child. Children come to NANA’s Children’s Home through parents, churches, schools, social service agencies, the justice system, neighbors, child protective agencies, or through any other avenue.
How is NANA’s Children’s Home funded?
NANA’s Children’s Home is self-funded as follows:
- 40% Fundraisers
- 35% Individuals, and (or) Businesses
- 25% Churches
- We will receive no State Funds
- So that children are not moved from facility to facility
- So that siblings are not separated
How do I volunteer?
NANA’s Children’s Home offers a variety of volunteer opportunities for individuals, families or groups, ranging from a one-time experience to a year-long commitment. Currently, committee members are needed to raise public awareness and solicit donations. Other opportunities will include office work, outdoor maintenance, mentoring, meal preparation, or sharing a skill with our children.
Please contact us at 321-724-5111 for further information.
What happens to the children after they leave the care of NANA’s Children’s Home?
NANA’s Children’s Home, INC. exists to provide a healthy, safe, loving home to children who have been found in these unsafe family environments until their natural home is stabilized or until permanent care can be arranged at which time they will leave the home. If they remain with us until graduating high school, our children will have the opportunity to participate in the NANA’s Children’s Home Advanced Education Program which offers support, guidance and scholarships for attending community college, university or technical school.
How can I make a donation?
You can make a gift of cash, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, real estate or a bequest through your will.
Donations can be made to :
Please visit our donations page by clicking HERE