Dustin DiChiara and Bob Wilson

Thanks to Chick-fil-A Mall Road in Florence for inviting us to their grand opening! As part of the festivities, they hosted a book drive benefiting DCCH and even donated a neat bookshelf in which to house them. Gratitude to owner Dustin DiChiara (pictured) and Chick-Fil-A for being such great neighbors!

Hay Baler Needed!

DCCH has about 10 acres of land that we would like cut and baled. We're in search of that special someone(s) with equipment to do both the cutting and baling of all that grass. Can you help us? Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Thank you!

Food Service Director Says Goodbye

Today we're saying goodbye to our amazing Food Service Director Jenny Jimenez. Jenny's love for, and commitment to, the children of DCCH is second to none. We'll miss your energy and sweet smiles, Jenny. Best of luck in your new adventure.

It has been a blessing to be able to work here at this agency. This isn’t an easy job we have to do here. I have such great admiration for all of you working in the “trenches” helping these children to have a better life than what they have started with. It has been a pleasure to work beside you! This place will always remain in my heart! -Jenny

Development Director Says Goodbye

Development Director, Paul Miller, is moving on to pursue new adventures. Paul's smile and spirit are exactly what makes DCCH an amazing organization. And while we're sad to see him go, we're incredibly grateful for his years of service and wish him the best of luck!

I wanted to let you know how deeply thankful, honored and privileged I am to have worked with you, served with you, laughed with you…and cried with you. I am so blessed to have been surrounded by awesome humans, doing incredible, lifesaving work. -Paul