Davidson Farms is a home that serves tween and teenage girls across Alabama and Tennessee. House parents and a team of mentors provide care, guidance and stability for each girl. Most group homes put emphasis on providing a bed and shelter; our focus is on creating a family by helping girls enjoy typical teenage activities in a loving and supportive environment.
Davidson Farms was licensed by the state of Alabama in August 2017. While we are state-licensed, all funding to meet the girls’ needs comes from private donations. Davidson Farms is named in honor of Dr. Dorothy Davidson, whose generous gift allowed Kids to Love to buy the property.
Davidson Farms also is home to the Whitaker Cottage Community, providing a home for young women who have aged out of the foster care system. The Cottage Community allows them to better focus on continuing their education or starting a career as they start on the road to independence.
The girls who live at Davidson Farms are promised three things when they join our family: Hope, Healing and Home.
Become a Promise Partner by pledging a monthly donation to support the girls who call Davidson Farms home.
Pave the Way Home for girls living in our Whitaker Cottage Community by buying a specialized brick or paver.
Our annual fundraiser for Davidson Farms features live music, auction items and much more.
The Whitaker Cottage Community is a place for girls aging out of the foster care system to start their adult lives, with help and mentorship from the Kids to Love team.