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Hope’s Story

Children and Families

"I was in middle school and getting into my first relationships with boys. I stopped participating in school, and my grades suffered. I was sneaking out, going to parties, and I just shut down on my parents. Eagle Ranch put people in my life who really cared about helping me. They taught me ways to deal with my feelings, and helped me be true to my...

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Clive

Children and Families

When Clive Holmes’ mom brought him to Eagle Ranch in 2005, he was an angry, disrespectful 13-year-old who held inside his feelings about his dad abandoning him. Clive graduated from Eagle Ranch in 2007, and today he is a sales consultant with Nalley Automotive. He enjoys his job and is working to build a solid foundation for a future family. H...

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Amy Washington

Wings

My name is Amy Washington, and I live in Uganda, Africa. I am a 27-year-old single adoptive mother of 7 young children and foster mother to 12 teenage pregnant and nursing mothers, and their 9 babies. I am Executive Director of Kupendwa Ministries, a non-profit organization working in the maternal child health sector seeking to save the lives of mo...

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Philip Wilheit

Supporters

“I have always been impressed with the financial restraint demonstrated by Eagle Ranch. Everything is well planned and executed. Eagle Ranch is a first-class children’s home that is a wonderful expression of some of God’s best work.” Philip Wilheit President, Tom Wilheit Packaging Company

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David Ratcliffe

Supporters

“Cecelia and I are proud of our support and involvement with Eagle Ranch. The outstanding work they are doing is restoring children and their families to solid productive lives with God as their foundation for strength and direction.” David Ratcliffe Retired President and CEO, Southern Company

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Carlee

Children and Families

"Before Eagle Ranch, everything was hectic, from family to peers. At home, my family was always either arguing or completely ignoring each other. I felt totally alone. After constant nights of fighting, when I went to school I would be so depressed. I held back tears and was always late to class from crying in the bathroom. My 'friends' didn’t ...

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