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We invite you to help to expand our impact. Every contribution makes a difference in a survivor's journey.


Every dollar makes a difference and provides hope for residents as we guide them through trauma, towards health and wholeness. Please consider how you will join with this restorative work.

Funds Provide

  • Safe, nurturing housing 
  • Medical/counseling services 
  • Education and enrichment  
  • Opportunities for growth

Ways to Give

  • One-time or recurring donation 
  • Matching gifts
  • Proceeds from fundraising events and special offerings
  • Identifying foundations and grants sources
  • Shopping rewards programs (Amazon Wishlist)

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We handle all contributions with integrity, stewarding each gift to maximize impact for trafficking survivors. On behalf of vulnerable youth seeking and finding refuge, we thank you.

Help Fund Our Expansion

With your support we can expand our mission by adding a stabilization home so more girls can continue their healing journey. Join us in manifesting hope!

Frequently Asked Questions

Read below for helpful information about donating to Magnolia Hope.

What items does Magnolia Hope need?


  • #10 Large Canned Goods (104-117 oz. of vegetables and/or fruit)
  • Microwaves
  • Swiffer WetJet Mops and Dusters
  • Brooms/Dustpans
  • Nonstick Pots/Pans
  • Crockpots
  • X-Large Instant Pots
  • X-Large Air Fryers
  • X-Large Griddles
  • Dawn Dish Soap
  • Dishcloths
  • Dish Towels
  • Plastic Wrap/Aluminum Foil
  • Paper Towels
  • Plastic Containers (microwave/dishwasher safe in multiple colors)
  • Plastic Food Storage Containers
  • Plastic Cutlery


  • NEW Pillows
  • Cotton, Zippered Pillow Protectors (standard)
  • NEW Bedspreads/Comforters, Bed Blankets, Mattress Pad Covers (Twin)
  • Bath Towels/Hand Towels/Washcloths
  • Shampoo/Conditioner
  • Body Wash
  • Ethnic Hair Products
  • Non-Slip Bath Rugs
  • Hookless, Washable Shower Curtains (see Amazon list)
  • Clorox Wipes/Disinfectant Cleaners and Sprays
  • Toilet Cleaners
  • Toilet Paper
  • Vacuum Cleaners
  • Hand-Held Vacuum Cleaners
  • Tall Laundry Baskets
  • Liquid Laundry Detergent (not powder or pods)
  • Fabric Softener/Dryer Sheets
  • Feminine Products
  • Small Bedroom Trash Cans
  • Plastic Clothes Hangers
  • Full Length Body Mirrors
  • Batteries (AA & AAA)
  • Light Bulbs
  • Blu-Ray/DVD Players
  • DVDs (G, PG, PG-13)
  • Xbox or PS4 Games (E or T only)
  • Shop Vac


  • Sterilite 105-Quart CLEAR Storage Containers w/lids
  • Suitcases/Duffle Bags
  • Fast-Food Gift Cards
  • Power Strips
  • Bug Repellent
  • Spray Sunscreen
  • LED Battery-Powered Lanterns
  • Teen Coloring Books/Markers/Color Pencils

How do I make a drop-off donation?

Please contact the Falcon Children’s Home and Family Services main office for any in-person/donation drop-off you may want to do. You can call (910) 980-1065 between 9AM and 5PM and they can give you any information you may need and set up an appropriate time for you to drop off any items you may have for us.

7569 North West St., Falcon, NC 28342

Thank you for your giving! Contributions are greatly appreciated and will contribute to the lives of our children and the overall success of our Home. We are committed to the highest quality of care for our kids. 

Falcon Children’s Home and Family Services is a Licensed and Accredited 501©(3) Residential Foster Home for Children.

What are the IRS regulations for donating?

For on-site donation drop-offs, contact our office to make an appointment. Please place an accurate amount of value of your donation on the form we provide from our accounting office if you intend on writing off your donation.

Visit which explains how to determine the fair market value of your donation and if you must complete additional forms for in-kind giving over $2,500 or if you are donating automobiles or property in excess of $25,000.

Not every donation is tax-deductible and is usable to FCH. Services and volunteer hours, although welcomed generally cannot be written off. IRS Publication 526 outlines what types of donations can be deducted and how to claim a deduction.

While we appreciate every donation, items that cannot be used or are in a condition that is not consistent with our mission and the level of quality care we offer, cannot be accepted by FCH. These items include USED sheets, linens, undergarments, bathroom or kitchen supplies; ripped, stained, or horror, profanity/violence, or alcohol/drug themed clothes; items that are broken, mildewed, rusted, or insect infected.