Join us this year on November 22nd, 2022 for our annual Harvest Train Program! This year's program takes us on a journey from New York City to Mid-West farms as we learn about "The Legacy Train" which helped jump start major efforts in American society to help children.
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Let's make this year's program the latest gathering ever to kick start a tradition that was interrupted for the first time since its inception in 1949!
We are giving away a special plaque to the church with the largest amount of participates at this year's program so be sure to register at the parade or the entrance of the auditorium.
Did you know?
There were an estimated 34,000 homeless children in New York City in 1852, which inspired Charles Loring Brace to establish the Children's Aid Society with hopes of finding homes for these children.
Monday night will be our "Royal Home Program" with a performance from Emmanuel Singers followed by a message from Rev. Jason Cook of Mission M25.
Come out to our Harvest Train program, "The Legacy Train" on Nov. 22nd, 2022. Be sure to decorate your cars for our parade beginning at 8:30 a.m. then meet us at J.A. Culbreth Auditorium at 10:30 a.m. for the program with a meal to follow.
Emmanuel Singers will be joining us this year! They will be performing Monday night as part of The Royal Home program and again Tuesday at 9:30a.m. before our Harvest Train program begins.
If you aren't familiar with Emmanuel Singers, click the button below to learn more and hear some of their music.
This year we have decided to give you not one, but two opportunities to watch "The Legacy Train" on Tuesday. We know that it may be hard for some to make it out during all of the morning activities so we'll have a second showing of just the program at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday evening.
The second showing will not have a pre-show but we'd love for those who can't join in the morning to come out and see the results of the hard work FCHFS is putting in to the program. If you came for the morning activities, you are welcome to stick around and watch the program again!
Interested in donating to a good cause during the holiday season? Look no further! During our holiday festivities we have commodity donation drop-off, where you can bring any donations you may have and want to give.
Not sure what to donate? Check out our commodity calendar that has items listed that we use frequently here at Falcon Children's Home. We also have an Amazon Wishlist to make donating easy!