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.
Canopy's Warren County Children's Shelter helps raise awareness about the National Safe Place initiative for children and youth who need a safe place during crisis.
Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker makes official proclamation of National Safe Place Week recognizing the efforts of local Safe Place and children’s crisis shelter, South Mississippi Children’s Center.
The Penny Harvest is an annual fundraising event benefiting the Warren County Children’s Shelter (WCCS) held in conjunction with nearly two dozen schools in the Warren County area. Each year, schools compete during the two-week event to see who can raise the most money.
Join us for an evening featuring over 150 wines and spirits plus local cuisine benefiting the South Mississippi Children’s Center, a program of Canopy Children’s Solutions.
The Vicksburg Post sits down with the staff of the Warren County Children's Shelter to discuss what drives them to continue through the triumph and heartbreak to help children in need.
Vicksburg area schools compete in annual fundraiser to see who can bring in the most "bacon" to help support the needs of children residing at Canopy's Warren County Children's Shelter.