When you throw a rock into a lake, a circle swells out around the site of contact. This circle is immediately followed by more circles, propelled into action by the force of the original impact. As these circles expand through the lake's surface, you may ponder the idea that no one single event is ever isolated. Whether you are throwing a rock into a lake or helping someone in need, you will always cause a ripple effect.
March is Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate and commemorate the dynamic role of women in American history. This year, Canopy Children’s Solutions (Canopy) celebrates 110 years of transforming the lives of Mississippi children and families. Canopy’s four Core Values will continue being a beacon of hope for the next 100 years. Let’s take this moment to highlight a few of the many encouraging, powerful and transformative women that have helped to shape Canopy’s historic and impactful story.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death of children and young adults in the US. The foundational belief of Zero Suicide is that suicide deaths are preventable. Canopy is committed to equipping all staff with the tools to ensure all children receiving our solutions get the very best care. Read as Marcus Ginn shares his personal story below.
We celebrated the contributions of social workers throughout the world in March! At Canopy, social workers play an important role in helping children and families thrive.
Our essential heroes give their very best so every child is a success.
Mission Moments define our children and their family's success at Canopy Children's Solutions. By sharing these successes, we celebrate our families and the challenges they overcome.
The Jackson Municipal Airport Authority, including many employees from Hawkins Field, has partnered with the CARES School Jackson for the last three years to bring excitement and joy to the school’s elementary children at Christmas.
A special group of private donors planned and organized a special "Day in the Country" for the kids at Canopy.
A fourth grade class from East Rankin Academy made their school End of Year celebration mission-driven by collecting games for kids at Canopy.