As a result of the sale of all our AHAP tax credits, we currently sit at the $900,000 level, while moving forward toward our $1.3 million Swinney Hall goal. The Swinney interior and exterior is changing daily as progress is made to prepare the third floor apartments for youth who have aged out of foster care.
Thanks to all Swinney contributors. Those at the $1000 level or above will be recognized on our Donor Honor Wall. Special thanks to our Walnut level donors: Jim and Dr. Michele McIntosh; Cockrell & McIntosh Pediatrics; Dan & Sandi Collinson; the Hall Family Foundation; and Dr. Greg & Ann Hummel.
Maywood Baptist Church and Gateway Baptist Church came together to landscape the front of Beals Hall. Their hard work has really made an impact! Afterwards, both churches, as well as families from Drumm came together for an afternoon picnic. Thank you for your hard work and hospitality!
A child at Drumm admires his new handmade quilt.
Local Quilters Keep Drumm's Children Warm
Sew and Sows Quilting Group of the First Presbyterian Church in Independence has dedicated itself to providing a quilt for each child living at Drumm. These handmade quilts are a way to let our children know how much their community cares about them. Thank you Sew and Sowers for your hard work and commitment to kids!
Drumm Welcomes New Staff Member
Join us in welcoming Heather Saak, our new Social Services Program Manager. Her expertise in the Child Welfare System will be of great value to the children and families that Drumm serves!