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.
Not all heroes wear capes; some save the day by opening their hearts and homes to children in need. Learn more about being a therapeutic foster resource parent with Canopy.
A generous grant from the Walmart Foundation helps meet the day-to-day needs of the children at the Warren County Children’s Shelter (WCCS) in Vicksburg, and South Mississippi Children’s Center (SMCC) in Hattiesburg. Learn how this grant is paying it forward to children in need.
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.
Canopy Children’s Solutions is accepting donations of coats, jackets and cold-weather attire to support children in need throughout the state this winter.
Canopy recognizes children’s champions during its Annual Celebration and Chrysalis Awards Presentation.
Canopy's 5K4Kids is scheduled for Saturday, September 23 at the Renaissance at Colony Park in Ridgeland. The family-friendly event offers a 5K Race/Walk, Fun Run and Tot Trot and supports Canopy Children's Solutions.