Tupelo Children’s Mansion has offered hope through the love of Jesus Christ to orphaned or disadvantaged children since 1953.
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Your ongoing support has been a pillar of strength for many vulnerable children over the years. Yet today, we face some immediate and daunting challenges.
These aren’t just financial issues that we read about in the news; it’s a crisis hitting very close to home. We must continue providing a safe and loving environment for our children!
A major building program is underway at Tupelo Children’s Mansion, known as the Tenney-Freeman Project.
The new Tenney Gymnatorium, which is being constructed in the existing 50-year-old Freeman Hall, will provide ample room for indoor recreation, as well as sufficient seating for worship services, graduations, banquets, and other special events.
OVER 70 Years
For over 70 years, children have been cared for through the loving efforts of our staff, including trained and experienced social workers and counselors. Our other dedicated staff spans departments of administration, sponsor relations, food service, maintenance, and other support services.
Founded in 1953, our beautiful campus spans 40 acres with 27 buildings including: residence halls and staff housing, a Christian school, gymnasium, and an on-campus church.