Here is a list of Girl's Homes and Schools where you can donate the books:

Ellen Hines Smith Girls' Home

P.O. Box 1731

Spartanburg, SC 29304

Hearts & Homes for Youth, Inc.

1320 Fenwick Lane Ste 800

Silver Spring, MD 20910

Boys & Girls Home of Alaska

3101 Lathrop Street

Fairbanks, AK 99701

Mercy Home for Boys & Girls

1140 W. Jackson Blvd.

Chicago, IL 60607

Mojave Desert Ranch School

PO BOX 919

Datil, NM 87821

Pace Center for Girls, Inc.

One West Adams Street, Ste 301

Jacksonville, FL 32202

You can also donate books to Toys for Tots. It's a very worthy cause by the US Marines.

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Alabama Baptist Children's Homes (Alabama)

Provides homes for children and youth at campuses in Decatur and Mobile, and at group homes in Mobile, Dothan, Gardendale, Oxford and Alabaster.

Albuquerque Christian Children's Home (New Mexico)

The children are from broken homes with a single parent who is financially destitute, or because of weak or non-existent relationships with parents or step parents. They all need security, nurturing, guidance, and protection as they attend school and church to prepare for responsible adulthood.

All the King's Horses Children's Ranch (Benson, Arizona)

A place where kids can be placed who need a Christian home and a loving Christian environment. Future plans are to have a school and some other things also. Right now they need construction workers and house parents. See web site for details.

Alpha Christian Children's Home (Perry, Kansas)

We provide a stable, Christian family home and school for children who are abused, neglected, orphaned, troubled, or poor; and those from dysfunctional families. Volunteers welcome: Construction, Teaching, Landscape, Professionals, Office Help, Mechanics, Graphic Arts, Job Skills, and Etc.

Arkansas Baptist Children's Homes (Arkansas)

Providing help to children and families in need through a statewide comprehensive program of services utilizing Christian compassion and professional skills. Boy's ranch. Volunteers welcomed to inquire.

Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina (North Carolina)

Residential Services are provided at the four campuses of Baptist Children's Homes, in community-based group homes, and at a wilderness camp for boys. A variety of placement and prevention services are available to meet the needs of the individual child and/or family. Volunteers welcomed to inquire.

Bellewood Homes for Children (Kentucky)

Serving abused, neglected and homeless youth in Kentucky since 1849, Bellewood provides a full range of services and programs to ensure its youth become educated, self-sufficient adults leading healthy lives.

Bethel Bible Village Children's Home (Hixson, Tennessee)

We are a mission operating seven residences on one campus caring for children whose families are unable or unwilling to care for them. Christian house parent couples live full-time in a residence with 8 children. Volunteers can help with carpentry, electrical, plumbing, general maintenance, grass cutting, office help.

Blue Mountain Children's Home (Blue Mountain, Mississippi)

A home for troubled, abused, and abandoned children. We are here to help, teach, train, and love hurting children to grow in mind, body and spirit. We give each child a home, showing them our love and, most important, God's love. Volunteers are welcomed to inquire.

Boles Children's Home (Quinlan, Texas)

Residential care in a licensed, homelike atmosphere for children and single-parent families. It is Most children are between 10 and 17, placed here because their family is unable to provide for them. Christian couples are needed to serve as house parents in cottages with up to eight children. Training provided.

Boys' Home Inc (Covington, Virginia)

The mission of Boys' Home is help each resident strive toward becoming a productive member of society, by developing his potential, spiritually, mentally, physically and socially. We offer recreational facilities, a chapel, and an on-campus school, and vocational-technical opportunities. Emmanuel Episcopal Church

Buckner International (Dallas, Texas)

Provides residential programs for at-risk children and families; short-term missions opportunities to serve orphans in more than nine countries around the world; church collaborations; child mentorships; foster care and adoption programs domestically and internationally. Children's summer camp counselors recruited from colleges and universities. Baptist affiliation.

Care4Kids (Missouri)

Children's Foundation of Mid-America Presbyterian Children's Services (Missouri)

Adolescent children find a gentle, loving environment where they know people really care about them. Volunteers welcomed to inquire. Farmington Children's Home, Midwest Learning Center, Regional Girls' Shelter, Stubbins Family Youth Center.

Children's Home of Poughkeepsie (Poughkeepsie, New York)

The underlying mission of the Children's Home of Poughkeepsie is the same: to serve at-risk children and their families in the Hudson River Region. Not Necessarily Christian

Covenant Community Services (California, Tanzania)

We are a multi-faceted ministry to abused and neglected children, providing transitional housing for former foster youth in California, and foster care in Tanzania and California. We also recruit, train and certify foster families to provide safe, stable and loving homes for children to develop and grow in God's love and grace.

Covenant House (USA, Canada, Latin America)

The largest privately-funded child care agency in the United States providing shelter and service to homeless and runaway youth in many locations in the USA and Canada (see locations here). Also Covenant House Crisis Shelters and Rights of Passage Programs. Facilities in Honduras, Mexico, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. (Roman Catholic affiliation)

The Crossnor School (North Carolina, USA)

We're "a private, non-profit children's home and school in the western North Carolina mountains, serving children who, for circumstances beyond their control, can no longer live at home," because of abuse or neglect to the point that their well being is threatened.

Eagle Ranch (Flower Branch, Georgia)

A Christ-centered home for boys and girls in crisis and in need of hope and healing. We pursue family restoration and reunification. House parents have no more than seven children per home, allowing for focused attention for each child. Volunteers who can help with prayer, cooking, cleaning, tutoring, and landscaping, please inquire.

Escuela Caribe (American run, in Dominican Republic)

Year round, fully accredited Christian therapeutic boarding school for high school students. We believe all our students will grow and develop spiritually, socially, emotionally, educationally, and physically. We offer what other American placements cannot: atmosphere, culture shock, and distance. Our mission is to assist parents whose children have high potential but are underachievers.

Florida Baptist Children's Home (Miami, Fort Myers, Lakeland, Jacksonville, Tallahassee and Pensacola)

Safe homes for boys and girls who have been neglected, misdirected, abandoned, abused, or caught up in family turmoil. They get medical care, proper clothes, education, counseling, lots of love, attention, and a positive lifestyle. Most important, we teach them about Jesus Christ. Volunteers may inquire.

The Fold Family Ministries (Vermont)

We minister to troubled teens and families in crisis. Our staff receives training highly applicable to missions work. You will need a heart for the Lord and a keen interest in ministering to teens. A background in teaching, Bible, youth ministries, social work or counseling is helpful. Check our website for current openings. VIDEO

French Camp Academy (French Camp, Mississippi)

A Christian School and home for young people who come from broken families and/or instable families. We live, work and study in a residential setting within 780 acres of forest land. Volunteers with skills in quilting, horseback riding, Bible study, landscaping, athletics, tutoring, carpentry, etc., are welcomed to apply.

Georgia Baptist Children's Homes (Georgia)

Twelve locations: residential care, campuses. We are the largest single provider of residential services to abused, neglected, and troubled children in Georgia.

Goodland Presbyterian Children's Home (Oklahoma)

Supervised, residential care for boys, ages 6-18 years. Boys who live here attend church services each week in various Presbyterian churches around the area, and participate in weekly Bible study and worship services on the campus. Affiliated with Presbyterian Churches. Church work groups welcomed.

Gracehaven (Columbus, Ohio)

We seek through Christian love to provide shelter and rehabilitation to girls under the age of 18 who have been victims of commercial sexual exploitation, and to raise awareness among young women about the issue of domestic minor sex trafficking (DMST) in order to educate and equip them so that they can avoid becoming victims themselves. Volunteer applications accepted.

Hannah House (Niagara Falls, NY)

Ministry to the down and out, the poor, and to needy children. Soup kitchen. Also, children's homes in Africa, India, and Pakistan.

Happy Hill Farm (Granbury, Texas)

Serves troubled, hurting children with a broad range of behavioral and academic problems, children who are experiencing emotional instability, often due to family trauma. Some are from backgrounds of abuse and neglect. All live, work, and study in a year-round, residential school/farm setting. On-line video.

Harvest Free Will Baptist Child Care Ministries (Duffield, Virginia)

Harvest has three cottages designed to meet the needs of children, ages 5 and 18, who have fallen victim to abuse, abandonment and neglect. The children live with counselors (houseparents) to promote a family-style atmosphere, chk$ giving them nurturing and love conducive to their proper growth and development. Our group homes offer many residential services.

(The) Haven of Grace (St. Louis, Missouri)

A Safe, Nurturing, Educational Home for Young, Homeless Pregnant Mothers and their Children. Residential Program supports a healthy delivery. Transitional apartments. Aftercare Program. Goal planning, educational programs teach parenting, physical and emotional health, financial literacy, independent living skills, interpersonal skills, formal education and job preparation. An ecumenical ministry.

Heritage Mission (Huntertown, Indiana)

A Christian boarding school for children who have been separated from their families. We shepherd children with individualized instruction, and administer to the whole child, satisfying physical, academic, and spiritual needs. Opportunities for "Nannies" to help.

High Plains Children's Home (Amarillo, Texas)

Committed to the physical, emotional and spiritual health of society's youth who are orphaned, outcast, homeless, neglected or otherwise taken advantage of. The Home nurtures in each child an environment of love, security, productivity, social maturity and trust in God.

His House Children's Home (Miami, Florida)

We offer help and hope to children and families in crisis by providing residential services for children, newborn to ten years of age, who have been abused, neglected or abandoned and children whose parents are in crisis. Cottages are staffed with house parents with supporting caregivers. Volunteers always welcomed in inquire.

Joy Ranch Home for Children (Hillsville, Virginia)

Providing a safe, secure, and Christian haven for children in distress situations. Our residential program for ages 5-17 uses an eclectic approach which includes Reality Therapy, Behavioral-Cognitive Therapy, and Psycho-Social Theory. We work to bring wholeness and wellness to the child and his or her family.

Mercy Home for Boys and Girls (Chicago, Illinois)

An open, long-term residential home for troubled youth. Three campuses offer residential care to boys and girls from 11 to 21. Eight programs offer the structure and independence to work through emotional difficulties and the opportunity to achieve academic success. Volunteer opportunities. (Roman Catholic)

New Horizons Academy (Marion, Indiana)

A year-round Christian therapeutic boarding school licensed by the State of Indiana. Warm acceptance in a supportive setting stimulates students' growth and maturity. Students learn the value of character and integrity while undergoing intense academic training, personal counseling and Christian teaching.

Presbyterian Children's Homes and Services (Austin, Duncanville, Itasca, San Antonio, and Waxahachie, Texas)

19 group homes serve 130 children with trained professionals and support staff. We maintain a nurturing environment where children can learn and practice positive behaviors and healthy family relationships. There is spiritual guidance, prayer, Bible study, participation in worship and congregational life.

Seamark Ranch Children's Home (Jacksonville, Florida)

A non-denominational, Christ-centered children's home and school is committed to sharing the Gospel, hope, healing, and a brighter future with abused, neglected, abandoned, and homeless children. Located on a beautiful 468-acre campus. Volunteer opportunities.

Sheridan House Family Ministries (Davie, South Florida) VIDEO

For over 40 years, we have provided residential care for middle-school aged children (ages 11-14) in the tri-county area of South Florida. We currently operate five children's homes, three for boys and two for girls. Also, a "Five Day" residential treatment program in which the children return home on weekends and holidays to work on their behavioral issues as a family.

Southern Christian Home (Morrilton, Arkansas)

Affiliated with Church of Christ.

St. Joseph's Orphanage (Cincinnati, Ohio)

Provides a diverse continuum of care through certified mental health programs, licensed residential care and community support services. Some paid openings for mental health workers, case managers - more.

Stubbins Memorial Regional Family & Youth Center (Central Missouri)

12 - 18 year old males and females find a gentle, loving environment at this group home, where they know people really care about them. Contact Jim Ford at 314-989-9727. (Presbyterian Children's Services)

Sunshine Acres Children's Home (Mesa, Arizona)

We provide emotional, social, physical, educational and spiritual support for children, so they may learn to manage their own affairs and maximize the development of their potential, abilities and interests. The ultimate goal is to facilitate a child's development to voluntarily leave the Home and function within a community environment in a style that is both meaningful and purposeful to himself and the community.

Tennessee Baptist Children's Homes (Tennessee)

Through this program, six to eight children live together as an active, giving family unit in campus cottages with a married couple who serve as houseparents. Facilities in Brentwood, Memphis, Chattanooga, and Millington. Volunteer opportunities to help children who have been neglected or abused make a new start.

The Baptist Children's Village

Several facilities in Mississippi for children under 18.

The Grace Home for Homeless and Needy Children (Tucson, Arizona)

The only non-government funded home for children in AZ. Our's is truly a home filled with God's love. We are all volunteers, and are currently looking for houseparents to live with and love our children. A big heart, an application, and background clearance are required. Part of The Giving Tree Outreach Program.

The Tipton Home (Tipton, Oklahoma)

WE have a long and proud history of raising children in a loving, caring, Christian environment. We have been taking care of kids for over 75 years. Children, 5 through 18, reside in cottages with house parents who strive to meet their needs and provide a loving home. (Affiliated with Church of Christ)

Thornwell Home and School for Children (Clinton, South Carolina)

A 130 year old residential facility serving children ages 2-18 who are in out of home placement due to abuse, neglect, and abandonment. We use the Teaching Family Model of child care, a humane, nurturing, and effective program for working with hurting children. Volunteers from the local area are welcomed to inquire.

Treutlen House (Rincon, Georgia)

"A community-based, ecumenical ministry for children and families who are dealing with personal crisis and are seeking assistance to improve their current situation."

Virginia Department of Social Services

A search facility for 'all' child care facilities in the State. Not necessarily Christian.

Wears Valley Ranch (East Tennessee)

A Christian children's home and school that provides the Gospel of Jesus Christ, solid Bible teaching, an individualized education and the unconditional love of carefully chosen house parents to deserving young people from crisis family situations.

Westview Boys' Home (Hollis, Oklahoma)

We offer boys a rural environment in which they can grow, live, learn and be loved. Our wide open spaces open the eyes of needy children to endless opportunities. Boys 6 through 18 live in cottages, two to a room. (Affiliated with the Church of Christ)

York Place (York, South Carolina)

The Episcopal Church Home for Children Residential Treatment Facility serves children and adolescents who are "most in need". There are many opportunities for volunteers to help the children at York Place.