It heals the wounds of abused, neglected and abandoned children that others cannot see. Its programs build trust, offer support, and encourage loving, healthy and caring relationships. It teaches youths just how precious they really are. Those are among the reasons that the Tennyson Center for Children at Colorado Christian Home has embarked upon a $15 million comprehensive capital and endowment campaign entitled "Safely Home."
Tennyson Center for Children has been serving Colorado’s abused, neglected, and at-risk children ages 5-18 for more than 107 years. The center has raised more than $10.6 million since the silent phase of the Safely Home campaign began in January 2010. "Severely abused and neglected children need competent, effective, therapeutic programs," said Bob Cooper, president and CEO of the Tennyson Center for Children. For more, see: www.disciples.org/Portals/0/PDF/DNS/2011/20110601-TennysonPublicLaunch.pdf