The Presbyterian Home for Children ministers to children and youth outside of the Home’s campus through mission outreach partnerships. The Home provides food, school supplies, gifts and fun events for children in the underserved Black Belt region of Alabama through a partnership with the nonprofit M.I.N.D. Mentoring in New Dimensions. M.I.N.D. works with children and youth in Wilcox and Marengo counties by providing life-affirming and mentoring opportunities which the Home helps support through a variety of ways.
The Presbyterian Home for Children gives gifts at major holidays to children served by M.I.N.D. Mentoring in New Dimensions, a nonprofit working with children and youth in the Black Belt of Alabama. We celebrate Christmas with the youth in Wilcox County.
The Presbyterian Home for Children helps M.I.N.D. founder Brooks Thomas give out candy and food at events hosted throughout the year, like this Halloween Trunk or Treat in Marengo County.
Summer Family Fun Days are a Presbyterian Home favorite when M.I.N.D. Mentoring in New Dimensions celebrates the end of school or return to school with games, food and the Home gives out school supplies.
The Fall Festival in Wilcox County with M.I.N.D. means hayrides, pickup football games and candy giveaways.