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Annual Giving

The Children’s Center expresses its gratitude to its Board of Directors, both past and present, its staff, volunteers and the citizens of Northwest North Carolina for their continued support. It is only through the efforts of all local citizens that the Children’s Center continues to improve the quality of life for children in need.
The Children’s Center is funded by a combination of Federal, State and County funds, special grants and contributions from local businesses, churches, civic groups and individuals. Please help make a difference in the life of a child by mailing a tax-deductible contribution made out to the Children’s Center to the below address below or by using our secure Contribute Now portal.

Heart of a Child Fundraiser

The Children’s Center’s Heart of a Child fundraiser, held at Cross Creek Country Club, is one of the pillars of annual support for the Children’s Center. The event, always scheduled near Valentine’s Day, gives guests the opportunity to celebrate the holiday while showing love for children who reside at the Children’s Center.

Although the Children’s Center receives funds from grants and private donations, the Heart of a Child and the Adam L. Marion Golf Tournament in the spring are the Center’s two primary vehicles for raising funds. Funds from the both major events allow the Children’s Center to operate resident shelters in Surry and Yadkin counties that provide safe and nurturing homes for abused and neglected children.

Golf Tournament

Pfc. Adam Marion’s life ended in 2008, but his legacy lives through an annual golf tournament that benefits the Children’s Center. Adam was 26 when a rocket attack outside of Sadr City, Iraq, claimed his life while he was deployed as part of a North Carolina National Guard unit tasked with performing route-clearance missions.

Adam’s parents Donnie and Pam Marion said the Children’s Center was a cause near and dear to their son’s heart. He was employed by the center in early adulthood, and he continued to volunteer at the center after joining the National Guard.

After Adam Marion’s death, family friends John Lawson and Ralph Holt had the idea to hold a golf benefit in his name, with proceeds going to support the Children’s Center. Per the Marion family’s wishes, those dollars are restricted for use in capital projects to support the Children’s Center’s mission.

The 2019 golf tournament will be held April 25 at the Cedarbrook Country Club in State Road.

Partners

Competitive Grants and Local Funding

Dobson Lions Club

HH Webb & Nora Midkiff Webb Benevolent Trust

James. M. Frye Endowment of The Community Foundation Serving Richmond and Central Virginia

Juvenile Crime Prevention Councils of Alleghany, Ashe, Forsyth, Stokes, Surry, Wilkes & Yadkin Counties

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services – Division of Social Services

NCFI Barnhardt Foundation

North Carolina Governor’s Crime Commission

Partners Behavioral Health Management

Prism Medical

Private Donations

Rockingham County Youth Services

Stokes, Surry and Yadkin Smart Start

Surry Community College – Individual Clubs/Organization

Surry County United Fund

Surry Sunrise Rotary

United Way Forsyth

Weyerhaeuser Foundation

Winston-Salem Foundation – Elkin/Tri-County Grants

Yadkin County Human Services

Yadkin County United Fund

Yadkin Valley United Fund

Yadkinville Rotary