Together, we can break the cycle of child abuse permanently. We ask that you join us in this important work!
We invite you to bring a smile to the face of an abused or neglected child. EOA Children’s House is looking for new partners who wish to provide gifts of clothing, food or toys for children enrolled at our center.
Many of the households we work with face major obstacles to provide for the basic needs of their children or grandchildren. Here are just a few ways you can get involved and alleviate stress for these children and their families.
1. Wet Wipes
2. Watercolor Paints and Supplies
3. Command Hooks, all sizes
4. Glue Sticks
5. Copy Paper
6. Frosting & Sprinkles for Birthday Cakes for Children’s Birthday Parties
7. $10.00 Walmart Gift Cards
8. Magic Erasers
9. Simple Green
10. Laundry Detergent (HE only)
You can also make a tax-deductible donation directed to EOA Children’s House by clicking on our “Donate Now” button or contact Lance Johnson at (479) 927-1232 for more information on specific items and sizes needed.
With the assistance of caring donors and volunteers, EOA Children’s House helps abused children heal through extended care and family support in a safe, homelike setting.
EOA Children’s House helps restore the lives of abused and neglected children. Since 1978, thousands of children have received care at EOA Children’s House and have gone on to be productive adults.
To stop the cycle of abuse:
We must work with the parents as well as the children. Once children are in a secure environment, we tailor a plan that addresses the needs of the child while supporting and educating the child’s parents and/or guardians.
EOA Children’s House provides a safe, homelike setting in which healthy relationships are built. At Children’s House, abused and neglected children’s physical and emotional needs are met with nourishing meals, education and therapy, and a loving and supportive staff.
EOA Children’s House does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, age, national origin, religion or disability, in the admission, access to and treatment in EOA Children’s House programs, services and activities, as well as EOA Children’s House hiring or employment practices in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended. Please visit the Notice of Non-Discrimination page on this site for more information.