Freedom Riders Metrocrest Community Church – Coppell Ron Shover & Santa Kevin – B3 Entertainment Shalom Riders Crandall United Methodist Church First United Methodist – Terrell (Pairs& Spares) Crandall Gold Dusters National Honors Society high school – Forney GAP Employees – Terrell FCI – Seagoville J.A.B – Terrell First Christian Church – Terrell (Joy Class) […]
We would like to thank the community for the support and the love shown to our children during the holiday season KCCS was filled with laughter, happiness and joy the entire month of December We enjoyed all of the visitors, parties, gifts, donations and goodies brought to us by all Thank you KCCS staff and […]
In October we had lots of things going on: For nearly 4 years, Kaelyn Black has been part of a core group of youth, from Central Baptist in Crandall, who visit the shelter on the second Sunday of each month. We have lunch and play with the kids for a few hours, always striving to […]
In May the employees of Levi’s Outlet #481 at Tanger Mall in Terrell came to Play.
In February, Cub Scout pack 1909 delivered the results of their Food Drive Thank you Scouts.
The Crandall Middle School Peer Assisted Leaders (PALS) wrote a grant and chose to make the Kaufman County Emergency Children’s Shelter the recipient of the funds. The students were divided into 3 groups to make purchases based on the ages of the children. The PALS students remarked how they were challenged to make the most […]
We are saddened to announce the passing of Rick Williams, husband of LaReta Williams. Rick, as Program Director and LaReta, as Director served side by side dedicating themselves to the Kaufman County Children’s Shelter, the children and the community for 20+ years. Services for Rick will be held at Williams Funeral Home located at 1600 […]
Freedom Rider & Violet Brown GAP Employees Terrell Metrocrest Community Church – Coppell Crandall ISD staff & Ron Shover, Balloon Artist […]
We have such wonderful people who help to make the children at the Shelter feel loved. Playground friendships October sock drive by Kaufman High School “The Bearded Sinner” visited with pumpkins, PJ’s and goodies for the children