How the Children’s Home Prepares For Hurricane Season

Posted on June 25, 2021

Hurricane season is upon us and households all over the south have been double-checking their preparations lately to make sure they’re ready for the next storm. But hurricane preparations begin at the Florida United Methodist Children’s Home weeks before the season begins. While our Madison Youth Ranch makes similar preparations, there is a lot more

The Need for Foster Care Services Today

Posted on May 25, 2021

While foster care programs and child welfare systems vary from state to state, few will argue that the system isn’t badly broken or at least in need of serious help. It’s not uncommon for some children to be separated from their siblings. It’s also very common for children in the system to repeatedly be bounced

Tyrese’s Story

Posted on April 29, 2021

Tyrese began his life in Fort Worth, Texas, with his parents, two older brothers, and a younger sister. When Tyrese was very young, his mother and father were sent to prison on drug related charges. When that happened, he went to live with his grandmother, along with his siblings. After a couple of years, he

Our Virtual Day On Campus Has Arrived

Posted on April 04, 2021

At the Florida United Methodist Children’s Home, Day On Campus is a very special event that has been held annually since 1983. It’s a day when we invite donors, churches, and friends from across the state to visit us. The fun-filled day includes tours of our Enterprise campus where guests get to visit with some