The WCCH family includes Christian professionals who provide mental health therapy, life skill coaching, academic tutoring, and administrative stewardship in a unique home designed to promote each child's value, and to assist them to discover their purpose and identity in God's kingdom.
WCCH is entirely funded through private donations from community partners, individuals, and churches. Below you will find ways to collect pantry items, complete volunteer work projects and donate gifts to the Legacy Endowment Fund.
Pantry Needs List: (Updated 01/15/2023)
The Woodburn Christian Children Home has a need for the following items. If you are able to donate, please contact the office prior to purchasing the items. Thank you
Volunteer Service Projects: (Updated 10/1/2022)
Is your group looking for a volunteer work project? This may be just the opportunity for you. These projects are the right size for families, school groups, corporate community-based volunteer projects, Sunday School classes, small groups or short-term mission trips. Volunteers of all ages can impact the WCCH mission!
How would you like to give a gift that will stand the test of time? Your gift in Memory of someone who has gone before you... Your gift in Honor of a friend or family member who has everything they need...Your gift from the blessings of your life as they are shared with others through inclusion in your will...Your gift will do just that as a part of the WCCH Legacy Fund.
The Woodburn Christian Children's Home is supported entirely by voluntary contribution. We receive no federal, state or county support. We are entirely dependent upon our private contributors whose strong support enables this ministry to operate on a cash basis. Family participation is on a sliding scale. Over the years, numerous children have been accepted for placement even though their parents had little or no ability to pay.
In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: “It is more blessed to give than to receive” (Acts 20:35).