Provide a night of safety for a child this Easter for $60
12-year-old Jaxon needs your help. Jaxon can no longer be at home because it’s not safe. He’s seen violence, drug use and sexual activity. He’s experienced extensive abuse. His fear and anger have become too difficult for him to manage.
You can help Jaxon know what it’s like to be safe and feel safe for the first time in his life. You can give Jaxon a safe place to stay and the critical care he deseperately needs!
Jaxon has frequently been told that he is not wanted. Not now. Not ever. He doesn’t know how to process the brokeness of these words, but he keeps trying to earn his family’s love.
He’s moved several times in the last year. He’s scared and confused about what will happen next. Though he’s outgoing and likes to help others, he feels so alone. He’s searching for safety and acceptance.
This Easter – during this season of renewal – you can give Jaxon and kids like him a fresh start. Your $60 donation provides safe shelter, food, therapy and care for Jaxon and kids like him.
Jaxon struggles with depression and telling lies. His anger gets the best of him when he is teased. His inappropriate behaviors cry out for help. Jaxon wonders if anyone will ever love him and why his life has to be so hard.
Your gift by April 17 will give Jaxon a chance to finally feel safe and loved after living in fear and loneliness for so long! Every $60 you give will provide a night of safety and care for kids in desperate need, like Jaxon.
Give one child a night of safety by Easter!
Christian Children's Home of Ohio (CCHO) is a local nonprofit organization that has provided opportunities for donors like you to help abused and neglected children for more than 50 years. Based in Wooster, OH and serving all of Ohio – including Wayne County, Summit County, Stark County, Cuyahoga County, Franklin County and the surrounding areas – CCHO is a safe place for kids who have suffered extreme forms of physical abuse, sexual abuse and emotional abuse, as well as survivors of sex trafficking. Initially licensed as a foster care/group home for children, CCHO now has five cottages on its campus that are home to as many as 46 kids, ages 6-17, who have often been abused by parents or other people they trust. During their time with this faith-based charity in Ohio, children learn the tools they need to overcome the trauma they've experienced through various forms of therapeutic approaches (including recreational therapy, art therapy and equine therapy) as well as social, spiritual and educational opportunities designed to aid the child with the healing process, model for them how a healthy family functions, develop coping and life skills, and introduce them to Jesus Christ.