CCFSA is a national organization of agencies associated with Churches of Christ that provides services to vulnerable children and hurting families. Among the sixty current members are organizations that provide residential care for unwanted children totally independent of government support as well as agencies that assist in adoption and foster care that have service contracts with local and state governments.
The annual dues of $350.00 per agency provides each member organization an invitation to the national conference, listing in the online and printed directory, information about what other agencies are doing, and access by password to the CCFSA web site with its interactive and resource areas.
Benefits of Membership
- Annual Conference with training that counts toward CEUs.
- National Spokesperson – (What does the National Spokesperson do for CCFSA and its members)
- Membership Directory that provides access to contacts in agencies accross the country
- Sharing information and advice between member agencies
- Member only web site for access to articles, forums and resources
Read what our members say about the value of CCFSA.
- “Valuable Insights” Shelley Morrison Carpenter’s Place
- “Invalualbe” Randy Schow, Mountain State Children’s Home
- “Outstanding Oppourtunities” Ralph Richardson, Hope Harbor Children’s Home
- “Twenty one years” Paul Schandevel, Children’s Home, Inc.
Note from the President
The Bible says pure religion is caring for unwanted children. But Scripture does not tell us how to carry out that challenge. We need somebody to put legs on it.
That’s what CCFSA does.
CCFSA serves agencies in Churches of Christ who help children. We do this by providing resources, training, education, coaching and association with other agencies. We invite you to join in this remarkable work of God!
From a dynamic annual conference, to a resource filled current website, from a national spokesperson representing child care to camaraderie among leaders in Christian child care, CCFSA puts legs on the Bible’s challenge to care for unwanted children.
If you are interested in caring for the nation’s unwanted children, you and your agency will benefit immensely from CCFSA.
Yours for the sake of children,
How to be a Member
Start the membership process by completing the application. One of the officers of CCFSA will contact you shortly. After you application is approved and you pay the annual dues you can begin to enjoy the benefits of membership in the CCFSA.