“I’ve always wanted children. That’s just my heart.” -Daralyn
Every year, we help more than 17,000 kids and families in Palm Beach County. We're determined to create brighter futures for children. And we succeed. We change lives ... like Miss Teddy's.
As a runaway, Miss Teddy came to Children's Home Society of Florida pregnant and alone. She needed guidance, love and security. We gave her all that and more.
With newfound hope, Miss Teddy graduated high school, secured an apartment and is now in college.
See how she and others found hope through Children's Home Society of Florida.
Ready to open your heart and home to a child longing for a forever family?
Saturday, April 18, 2015Location: Okeeheelee Park, West Palm BeachRegistration now open
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