Wednesday, December 17, 2008

The Home for Little Wanderers - Online Auction

The Home
for Little Wanderers - Online

About The Home

"Our mission is to ensure the healthy emotional, mental, and social development of children at risk, their families, and communities. The Home's work is guided by a belief in the right of all children to be safe, nurtured and developed to reach their full potential".


Please consider helping The Home for Little Wanderers...
"Because without your help - Us Little Wanderers would have nowhere to go"....
Sherri Raftery, M. Ed. resident of The Home 1977
Here's how... The auction ends Wednesday, December 17, 2008 at 8pm. So bid now before it's too late!

View the Online Gift Shop

Shop for that perfect gift while supporting children at-risk. The "Big Stars for Little Wanderers" auction has something for everyone - from celebrity-themed items and experiences to spa and beauty packages, electronics and sports memorabilia - and in every price range.

The best part is that you can give a gift while giving back at the same time - all of the proceeds will directly benefit the children and families in our care. So get ready to start bidding!

Sign Up to Receive Auction Alerts
To receive the latest news about the auction sign up for email updates. Don't forget to help us spread the word by telling your friends and family as well!


History About THE HOME:

Since 1799, children and families in Massachusetts have found helping hands in the various predecessor agencies that comprise what is now The Home for Little Wanderers (The Home). The infrastructure of the present organization reflects a vastly expanded range of services and programs through the merging over the last decade of four major organizations: Boston Children’s Services, The New England Home for Little Wanderers, Parents’ and Children’s Services, and Charles River Health Management.
Throughout their histories, each of the legacy agencies have acted as leaders in providing new and innovative services for children and families in the region:

No comments: