For the past several years, summer at CCHO also means a visit from the Sons of God Motorcycle Club. Because of COVID-19, the difficult decision was made to keep everyone safe by not gathering this year. This blog post is a salute to their amazing volunteer work.
Here’s a message from Campus Pastor Tim Hartzler to our volunteer family while wait for better days ahead.
What would it look like for you to personally and tangibly help more people experience their worth in Christ in 2020? We’d love to have you become a volunteer in our family of ministries. Our kids would love to get to know you too.
Through the Christmas Wish List, you are helping young lives feel heard, seen and valued. You are giving them a positive memory
and helping them experience their worth in Christ.
The youth in our residential center may not wake up in their own homes with their own families on Christmas morning, but because of kind and loyal supporters, they do wake up to an astonishing example of love.
CCHO has had a swimming pool on our campus for 23 years. In addition to traditional therapeutic treatment, physical recreation is an essential part of our residential center. After two decades of use and weather impact, the concrete pad surrounding the pool began showing several cracked areas. For safety reasons, this project needed our attention.
On October 17, 2019, Christian Children’s Home of Ohio hosted our first volunteer appreciation reception. It was a great time of fellowship, fun and reflection where CCHO recognized the hard work, dedication and love of our amazing volunteers.