The Burns family was referred to Canopy’s MYPAC program for help with their child age 7, and support for his younger siblings ages 5 and 4 back in 2017.
Each year, four Canopy employees are selected to receive top honors for their service to the organization and the children and families of Mississippi. These recipients are honored based on the ways they live out Canopy's Core Values.
Canopy earns the distinction as one of only four Mississippi organizations certified as a Great Place to Work.
Jennifer Cottrell, an autism spectrum disorder teacher at Canopy Children’s Solutions’ CARES School Hattiesburg, recently received a classroom grant from the Mississippi Professional Educators.
Canopy is excited to release our 2019 Annual Report and Outcomes highlighting our growth, successes and those who came alongside us to further our mission to transform lives.
Multimedia Specialist Chris Windfield is using his talents to help promote the amazing work taking place at Canopy through his work in graphic design, videography and digital marketing alongside his co-workers in PR and Development. Chris recently used his talents in service to the community creating a mural for New Horizon Church in Jackson, Mississippi. The work of art entitled “Young King,” he said was inspired in part by the work that Canopy does to help children embrace success for their future.
Canopy Children’s Solutions will host its annual Day at the Capitol on Wednesday, March 4, to discuss the positive impact of recent legislation on Mississippi’s children.
One family's act of kindness changed the outlook of another family from dark and dreary to full of hope.