​When a child cannot live with his or her family of origin, and the child will not thrive in a foster or adoptive family, the Evans Home offers an alternative. We create an environment that is as "family-like" as possible. We are committed to providing nurturing, supportive substitute care. Our children grow into productive members of society with the help of the rich resources of our Home and our community. We are devoted to each child's welfare and to the mission that no child in need be ignored. We make certain that our children know they are loved and cared for, that they dream of a future, and that they fashion their dreams into goals.

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Saturday, September 13, 2014 (5:00 PM - 8:00 PM )
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Our Savior Lutheran Church
8/9/2013: Our Savior Lutheran Church, which historically sponsors missions nationally and internationally, has chosen to focus its support this year locally.
Evans Home Fills a Need for Homeless Children
4/3/2013: The effects of a struggling economy can be seen in a small but meaningful way at the Henry and William Evans Home for Children in Winchester. Executive Director Marc Jaccard said seven of the 13 children and teenagers at Evans are homeless...
Longhorn
4/3/2013: We're proud to be a recipient of Darden's Restaurant Community Grants proram! We are proud that our local Darden restaurant - LongHorn Steakhouse recognized us as a leader in our community....
Lending a Hand - Around the Panhandle
1/1/2013: When asked to think about the word 'home,' many people immediately thin of the place where they grew up, instead of the residence within which they currently reside. Home is a special place.....
43rd Annual Doll Auction
11/23/2012: See what our artistic doll dressers have in store for the auction this year. All dolls can also be previewed here on the website.
42nd Annual Doll Auction
12/1/2011: posted December 1st, 2011 by Erica M. Stocks.
The Quintessential Mom
5/9/2011: Find out why our house mother is 'the quintessential mom', posted May 9th, 2011 in the Winchester Star!
Burden for Children
4/21/2010: posted April 21st, 2010 by Adrian O'Conner, author of the Winchester Star's 'Valley Pike' column.
Who Are Those Guys?
4/7/2010: posted April 7th, 2010 by Adrian O'Conner, author of the Winchester Star's 'Valley Pike' column.
Rotary Kaleidoscope benefits Evans Home
3/23/2010: (Winchester Star - 3/23/2010). Money raised at the Rotary Club of Winchester's annual Kaleidoscope Gala usual goes towards....
No Stranger to Sewing
12/1/2009: The Winchester Star.
40th Auction Offers Special Dolls
12/1/2009: The Winchester Star
Evans Home Takes the Cake - Twice!
11/1/2009: We are proud to announce that we've received the Friend of Education Award from the Winchester Education Association as well as the 'Distinguished Administrator Award' presented by the Virginia Association of Children's Homes.
Big Bids on Dolls Aid Kids in Need
12/8/2008: The Winchester Star.
Early Years at the Evans Home
4/14/2007: posted April 14th, 2010 by Adrian O'Conner, author of the Winchester Star's 'Valley Pike' column.
New Lloyd House is Special Present for Future Adults
11/4/2004: (Winchester Star - July 1st, 2004)
Something Bigger and Greater - Evans Home created foundation for soon-to-be-deployed soldier
7/6/2004: Evans Home created foundation for soon-to-be-deployed soldier (Winchester Star - July 6th, 2004)
Amazing Evans Home Worker Wins Award
11/4/2003: (Winchester Star - November 4th, 2003)