For more than 115 years, the Noyes Home has served as a refuge to children who are not able to be with their own families. Some stay for a season; others for a couple of years. Many say the Noyes Home represents some of their best memories of childhood:
“I remember…these were my best friends, my confidantes, the people who held my hand in the doctor’s office, wore football helmets and carried baseball bats to chase away living bats, held me when I cried, sung out loud with me when I was happy, loved me when I was grouchy and forgave me my imperfections.” – Robyne Edwards-Gerstner, former resident
Today, we invite you to get involved and help a child whose family is experiencing difficult times. Working together, we can create a brighter future for children, help reduce childhood poverty and neglect and change the course of a family’s future, forever.
What Can You Do to Help?