A Look Back on the 2019 Annual Dinner - The Magic of MCHS
The magic of Methodist Children's Home Society began in 1917, and to this day, is our source of fuel as it runs through our campus. Magic allows young imaginations to flourish, hope to be restored, and the impossible to become possible. At our 2019 Annual Dinner, "The Magic of MCHS," more than 325 volunteers, advocates, and supporters came together to help cultivate this magic. Renowned Michigan magician and mental health speaker Anthony Grupido delivered a powerful keynote presentation. We also recognized our four Mission Possible awardees: MCHS volunteer chess coach Matthew Trujillo, foster and adoptive parents Beth & Eric Torrey, donor and TruGreen general manager Joe Griggs, and James Meadows, MCHS residential staff supervisor. Board member and past president Murray Brown was presented with the Legacy Award.
In addition to the program, guests enjoyed a strolling silent auction, an art show featuring work by children in our residential program and had a chance to purchase brand new merchandise.
You can browse images from our event here!