Campus Picture Tour

Please Enjoy This Picture Tour of the Campus of Hope and Healing!

We’ve long held in our hearts the vision of creating a safe haven for our community’s children who have been abused and neglected. But to look at the photos below taken last week by our good friend Cliff Roles, it’s hard for us to believe all that we’ve created in just 29 months. And in just a few short weeks we will be inviting little ones onto our campus into the loving arms of specially selected foster parents.

It has truly taken the efforts of an entire community pulling together to make this happen. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you. We hope you’ll enjoy the picture tour!

Our 13,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Children’s Center opened in November. It’s where we treat children and their families with the latest trauma-informed therapies.
The All Star campus is a place of healing and empowerment for children who have experienced abuse and neglect. Our campus includes six beautiful homes, tree-lined playgrounds, tranquil gardens, sweet picnic areas, and our favorite, a tricycle trail!
Soon our playgrounds will be filled with lively children who feel safe, secure, happy and loved.
Stately oak trees grace our five verdant acres.
How does our garden grow? Native plants and flowers are interspersed with edible vegetables to ensure natural shade and control of pests and weeds. Spending time in nature promotes healing in many ways. Natural beauty is a key aspect of our trauma-informed environment.
All Star’s co-founder Graci McGillicuddy invites us into one of the graciously appointed homes.
Home sweet home. Children and foster parents will enjoy the comforts of a soothing, light-filled home graced with all the modern conveniences.
Great feasts begin here. This chef-driven kitchen is ideal for creating and enjoying healthy meals.
Parents and children have their own peaceful retreats at the end of a busy day.
Thank you for supporting our mission of helping our most vulnerable children recover from the devastating effects of trauma. Please consider a donation today and every dollar up to $100 will be doubled!