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Dirt’s moving at the Kids to Love Center!

05/23/2024

You might notice some big changes if you come by the Kids to Love Center, and we couldn’t be more excited about it!

Fite Building Company started working on our new building earlier this month, and we’re so thankful to them and William Boehme & Associates Architecture for bringing the new facility to life. We held a groundbreaking today to celebrate!

Click here for pictures from the groundbreaking!

We’ve been prepping for the new building for months. Now all the planning and preparation is done, and we’re a step closer to a new 17,000 square foot building that will help further our mission of serving children in our community. The new space will offer holistic services to children and families, including trauma therapy, foster parent training, workforce training, and a warehouse full of supplies for Emergency Assistance.

The Smith Family Wellness Center in memory of Mark C. Smith will be home to the Grant Hill Trauma Team. This group of professionals will be focused on helping people heal from past trauma. The Grant Hill Trauma Team already has served more than 100 clients, both in Instinctual Trauma Response therapy and in equine therapy. The Wellness Center was made possible by generous donations from Linda Smith in memory of her husband, Mark C. Smith, and Brad and Stacey Hill, in memory of their son, Grant.

The Isenberg Center for Education and Innovation will be an expansive, contemporary facility used by both Kids to Love and KTECH, Kids to Love’s licensed private school for workforce training. The multipurpose space also will serve as special venue space that will be utilized for KTECH graduations, foster parent training, organizational events and conferences. The center is being made possible by a generous donation from Hank Isenberg of IronMountain Solutions.

The Curtis Cares Center will be an expansion of the current Curtis Cares Center in the Kids to Love Center. Thanks to a donation from Matt and Courtney Curtis, Kids to Love will have more much-needed warehouse space to hold toys, clothing and other items that children in foster care need.

This building is finally going to give us some elbow room that we’ve needed for a while now. We can’t wait to show you the finished product. Keep checking back here for updates!

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