Share Your Story
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. In honor of that, Erin Bardoner, CARES Center therapist, shares her story.
CARES Center Mural
Chris Windfield, Video and Artistic Specialist at Canopy Children’s Solutions, is finding unique ways to bring his artistic talents to Canopy’s campus and create a more inspiring, therapeutic environment for the children served by Canopy. After teaching a summer art class to the children at Canopy’s CARES Center, Chris found another way to bring artistic inspiration through painting a mural in the game room.
Creating normalcy for kids is important so Canopy staff helped to make Halloween 2020 feel a little more routine with fun costumes, festive activities, decorations and trunkless treating!
Human Trafficking: The Crime Hiding in Plain Sight
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. While many have heard of this crime, few know much about it. It affects people of every age, race, gender, and socioeconomic status, and it's here in Mississippi.
Chili Cook-Off Queens
Residents of the CARES Center get a big surprise following the 9th Annual Chili for Children Cook-Off that benefited the Warren County Children's Shelter.
Decking Out the School Year
Girls at CARES Center Jackson used their creativity to decorate the hallways and get them ready for the first day of school.
Every act of kindness grows the spirit and strengthens the soul. Learn how Canopy Children's Solutions is spreading kindness and how you can help.
Let’s Girl Talk
Thanks to a Jackson-area business, nine girls from the CARES Center Jackson had the opportunity to attend a girls' inspirational workshop at the Mississippi Grammy Museum.