Calling All Elves!!
Join us in lifting the spirits of those in our care by becoming a part of our family this Christmas.
You, our generous supporters, responded to the call and we now have all of our children and young adults sponsored!
We are still in need of stocking stuffers, to provide our foster families and young people in our Independent Living apartments, with special “extras”, such as movie tickets, meals out to celebrate the holiday together, and other fun experiences . We’ve made it easy to get in the Monroe Harding holiday spirit!
To learn more, click the services name below.
In Their Own Words
If it wasn’t for Monroe Harding, I would have been on the streets having no mind of my own.
Every child needs a faithful fan, especially in a losing season.
What you give is important! What you get in return is satisfaction for a lifetime!
Monroe Harding acted like a parent to me. They taught me how to be socially & morally responsible.
Three-year-old Abigail recently moved into the home of one our foster families. Our wonderful foster parents, Jason and Liz, knew that Abigail was confused, shy and unsure, but were heartened to see how much she enjoyed being with their little girls, all around Abigail’s age.
We celebrate the Gordon family, who became richer in love three times over today. Natalie, Deacon and David (in the front row of the picture by their sister Sadie) were adopted today. The joy in their hearts was evident and it was wonderful to watch the brothers and sisters play together, laugh together and support each other.
Marla and George McKnight welcomed a brother and a sister into their hearts three years ago and today the judge made it official. Kaydee, is 3 years old, beautiful and full of spunk. Her older brother asked if he could change his first name, so we’re proud to congratulate eight-year-old A.J. on his very special day.