Join Us For Our Annual Gala Event
It’s time for our 38th Country Round-Up Dinner & Auction! The event will be held on Saturday, September 18th @ 6PM at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Water Park.
All money raised through ticket sales, table sponsorships, and auction items will go towards Edgewood Ranch to help us continue our mission of helping at-risk children and their families find hope for a better future through faith, love, and education.
For more information regarding seats, tables, and sponsorships, please call Kimberly or Joan at 407-578-0506 ext. 5.
*Tickets & RSVP are required to attend this event
Get To Know Our Progam
Edgewood Children’s Ranch is a 501(c)(3) organization offering behaviorally challenged children and their families a fresh start through a Christ-centered approach to education, behavioral training and spiritual development. Children ages 7-17 live and study on our picturesque campus regardless of race, religion, ethnic origin, or ability to pay. Students live in age- and gender- appropriate cottages with house parents who offer counsel and oversight. Our affiliated school features a low student-to-teacher ratio and individualized curriculum giving students an active and accountable role in their own advancement and success.
Our mission is to return children to their homes, school and society as emotionally healthy young people. We believe that a relationship with God through Jesus Christ is the foundation of a solid family unit and we teach children to rely on that relationship to make healthy choices throughout their lives.
“I have learned how to be respectful to adults and if I mess up, I know what matters is how I fix it in a positive way. I have learned how to follow and listen to God more than I ever have.”
“I’ve been at Edgewood for three years, and not only have I learned to respect authority and accept correction, but I’ve also learned that when I really focus and set my mind on something I can do it.”
“I have learned how to be nice to others and be kind. I have learned thoroughness. I have learned how to forgive others.”