Sunlight Home was founded in June of 1994 to help break the cycle of poverty and abuse for pregnant women and teens through a Christ-centered environment.
Since we opened in 1994, we have served hundreds of pregnant women and their children and we have witnessed the positive effect of the hard work put forth by the residents, the staff and our 12 member governing board.
Since the founding of Sunlight Home we have never received government funding and have been able to operate the program that serves as many as 20 residents and their children a year through private donations and private grants. Many churches and organizations have come alongside Sunlight to assure a home atmosphere to moms and their children in crises.
Because we are a God based program we are able to offer hope in a hopeless situation.
Jeremiah 29:11 tells us that God says;
“I know the plans I have for you” declares the Lord: Plans to prosper you not to harm you, plans to give you a future and a hope.
We strive to offer every one that comes through our doors the future and hope that this verse speaks of. Thank you for all you do to help us through your time and your donations.
Our mission is to provide a Christ-centered environment for pregnant women of all ages so they can be renewed through emotional and physical wholeness and spiritual training. We believe this is accomplished through education, church attendance, Bible study, counseling, parenting and child birth classes, and through our love and concern. Our greatest mission is to help each mother understand that their unborn babies and their children are a precious gift from God.
The vision of Sunlight Home is to empower pregnant women and teens to break the cycle of poverty and abuse.
Sunlight is a Registered 501c3 Non Profit Organization
Sunlight Home is a not for profit residential program serving pregnant women and teens. It takes approximately $250,000 annually to maintain the home. We depend on donations from individuals and churches. Every monetary donation goes directly to the running of the home. We also accept donations of new and used baby clothes and maternity clothing for our residents.