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1884 Club
1884 Club

1884 Club

 

1884 Club


In honor of the original charter, Holly Hill Child & Family Solutions decided to start an 1884 Club. Before Campbell County Protestant Home, all homeless children were placed at the General Protestant Orphan Home located in Mt. Auburn in Cincinnati. Officials had trouble getting Kentucky children into Cincinnati schools which became apparent of the need for an orphan's home.

John W. Schneider (1851-1935) and his wife Bertha (1849-1930), who had been a former resident of the General Protestant Orphan Home, and George Ahlering (1845-1928), charter author, drew up the original charter on April 3, 1884.

We're inviting Individuals and businesses to become members of the 1884 Club by participating in our constant giving program for a minimum of $50 a month. Members will be able to choose an apparel item (pictured below) to identify you as a charter member.

Holly Hill has been providing healing and hope to our community since 1884. We've remained dedicated to adapt and change to meet the needs of our community. With your investment and partnership, we believe together we can be the helping hand in a child's life, keep families together, and make our communities stronger.

Join the 1884 Club today! Make your tax-deductible gift today HERE. Please indicate your size and color of apparel item in the comment section when making your online donation.

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