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Charity, Organizations: United States. Massachusetts. Boston. Publicity for Social Work. (1) Posters and Flyers. (2) Programs with Advertisements. (3) Formal Invitations.: The Church Home Society: A condensed report of the 69th annual meeting

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1926

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Charity, Organizations: United States. Massachusetts. Boston. Publicity for Social Work. (1) Posters and Flyers. (2) Programs with Advertisements. (3) Formal Invitations.: The Church Home Society: A condensed report of the 69th annual meeting

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HOME
the
CHURCH HOME SOCIETY
CHURCH
SOCIETY
condensed
express
children
69th
which
considering
Charles
will
A condensed report of the 69th annual
A
report
been
do
annual
what
meeting,
held
new
young
had
of
trying
meeting, which held yesterday, Jan.
wish
better
people
Mrs.
to
children and young people through "intelligent
and
meeting which we wish you had been
considering a new name which will better express what it is trying to do for
Jan.
is
yesterday,
the home Mrs. Charles Ayer-
meeting
"intelligent
able to attend.
you
through
the home
name
Ayer-
it
we
for
a
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By
Treasurer's
board
of
Service,
Diocesan
Council.
$14,194.25
from
investments.
donations.
total
$65,716.68
parents
friends.
was
$2,971.09.
6
which
Jan.
at
Charles
to
atwaich
wish
you
name
will
trying
year
139
homes
affectionate,
attention
would
receive
with
deficit
1924.
It
because
the
been
lack
our
while
I
State,
has
itself
exposed
months
we
different
ur
make
official
Church
Mission
other
agency
here.
by-laws
for
Bishop
An
study
foster
policy
interviews
taking
precedence
written
a
about
how
recommended
The
Board
69th
annual
meeting,
held
17,
able
CHURCH
SOCIETY
is
do
through
entered
children
mothers.
OUR
or
society
spite
task
increased
society,
its
child-relief
agencies
National
thereby
befriend
girls
have
lives.
doing
something
done
increase
lay
Slattery
president
extended
State
inspections
procedure
reducing
minimum
ascertaining
rather
all
by
meetings
year.
came
subscriptions
$3,086.58
A
expenditure
transfer
condensed
report
home
Mrs.
HOME
young
in
your
it
circumstances.
than
1925
need,
funds.
this
who
Clerk's
on
Policy,
that
Episcopal
should
favor
200;
integral
program
Diocese
being
any
provide
honorary
strengthened
personal
matter
children.
interest
$28,239.95
and
$12,546.13
sources.
6 A condensed report of the 69th annual meeting, which was held yesterday, Jan. 17, at the home of Mrs. Charles F.Ayer- able to atwaich we wish you had been the CHURCH HOME SOCIETY considering a new name which will better express what it is trying to do for children and young people through "intelligent benevolence." T has entered the new year with 139 children in its care, in the homes of 65 foster mothers. There, by our standard, they will receive the affectionate, intelligent attention you would wish your child to receive were it left in similar circumstances. OUR society enters the year with a smaller deficit than that of 1925 or 1924. It is smaller because the society has been compelled to turn away from cases of need, because of lack of funds. N spite of this shortage our task has been increased this year. The society, while I continuing its close co-operation with other child-relief agencies of the State, has affiliated with the National Council of the Church Mission of Help, thereby obligating itself to befriend unfortunate girls who have led exposed lives. By the Clerk's Report: The Committee on Policy, after months of study, recommend that the work we are doing for Episcopal children should not be abandoned in favor something different which could be dalin ur care to 200; to make mothers, an integral part of our program as the official representative in the Diocese of the Church Mission of Help-work which is not being done to any extent by any other agency here. done at less expense; instead, to increase the number The by-laws committee recommends changing the by-laws to provide for a lay president and for Bishop Slattery becoming an honorary president of the Society. An extended study of foster homes of the State has strengthened our policy of interviews and personal inspections taking precedence over written evidence-this procedure reducing expense to a minimum by ascertaining before, rather than after, all the facts about a home, no matter how highly recommended for our children. The Board of Managers' and sub-committees' interest is attested by 70 meetings during the year. By the Treasurer's report: which $28,239.95 was expended for board and clothing. $17,000 came from the Department of Social Service, Diocesan Council. $14,194.25 came from income from investments. $15,918.63 came from reimbursement by $12,546.13 from subscriptions and donations. $3,086.58 came from A total expenditure of $65,716.68 for the year, parents and friends. miscellaneous sources. The deficit, met by transfer from capital, was $2,971.09.
yesterday,
had
considering
better
what
benevolence."
There,
were
left
smaller
turn
away
shortage
close
Council
Help,
obligating
Committee
after
study,
recommend
work
an
not
expense;
committee
recommends
Society.
evidence-this
before,
facts
no
sub-committees'
attested
70
during
expended
$17,000
reimbursement
met
capital,
F.Ayer-
new
express
people
"intelligent
T
care,
65
standard,
they
intelligent
child
similar
enters
compelled
cases
N
continuing
co-operation
affiliated
unfortunate
led
Report:
are
be
abandoned
could
dalin
care
mothers,
part
as
representative
Help-work
extent
less
instead,
number
changing
becoming
over
expense
after,
home,
highly
Managers'
report:
clothing.
Department
Social
income
$15,918.63
year,
miscellaneous
deficit,