Foster family applicaton

Foster Family Application

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history

In March of 2014, Fred Schaffer, during a casual conversation with Pastor Jeff Holland, offered to give the former Greenhurst Nursing Center (15,000 square feet) to the Free Will Baptist Church. Pastor Jeff accepted the offer and immediately contacted Family Ministries to ask them to consider taking the building and turning it into a Children’s Home. Upon reviewing the proposal, Family Ministries began making plans to renovate the structure and turn it into a children’s home.The Maggie House was named in honor of Maggie Schaffer, Fred Schaffer’s mother and the original owner of the Greenhurst Nursing Home. Maggie was greatly respected for how much she cared about others and her commitment to service.Since 1939, Family Ministries has been caring for at-risk children in Greeneville, TN. Family Ministries broadened its ministry into Arkansas in 2003 with the addition of Florence Crittenton Children’s Home, and most recently, with the future addition of the Maggie House in Charleston.

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