Giving to Canopy Children’s Solutions

Mississippi Children’s Home Services, now Canopy, has been providing care to children since 1912 and continues to help children and families find healing and hope. Donations to Canopy enable us to fulfill our mission of helping children thrive and families overcome extraordinary challenges.

Your options for supporting Canopy are as varied as the children we serve. You may want to make your gift today, partner with us to plan a transformational gift that funds a program, or lay the foundation to build the future of Canopy. Cash gifts, matching gifts, corporate sponsorships, honorariums, and memorial gifts all make a real difference.

With so many opportunities to help, we are sure you’ll find an option that is personally rewarding. No matter which route you take, your generosity will make a difference in the lives of our children and families.

Through your support, we are investing in initiatives that will help create better lives not only for the children, but also their families. In order to expand our efforts, we depend on donors like you. Your contributions help develop our programs, pursue innovative treatment options, and provide vital services to some of Mississippi’s most vulnerable children. As good stewards of our resources, as much as 93 percent of all Canopy funding directly supports the children and families served through our organization.

As we celebrate the past, we look forward to a future in which every child who needs care will receive it, and every family that needs support will obtain it. Together, we can guarantee that children will be given the best care when they need it the most.

To discuss how you can become involved with Canopy, contact:
Office of Development
Phone: 601-352-7784

Mississippi Children’s Home Services, Inc., Mississippi Children’s Home Society, and CARES Center, Inc., doing business as (d.b.a.) Canopy Children’s Solutions (Canopy) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization formed in 1912 in Mississippi. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by United States law.

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