Top Ten Ways to Engage with Board of Child Care (BCC)

Top Ten Ways to Engage with Board of Child Care (BCC) 

1. Pray for the children, youth and families BCC serves as well as BCC staff. Include the ministry of BCC on your congregation’s ongoing prayer request list.

2. Contribute financially either by a special offering – the Christmas Offering or at some other time during the year – or by including BCC in your church and/or missions budget.

3. Make sure that your church is subscribed to BCC updates. Email Rev. Stacey Nickerson to subscribe or confirm your subscription.

4. Spread the word about BCC by creating a space to post BCC updates on a bulletin board, on printed materials, website, social media, etc.

5. Plan a tour of a BCC program.

6. Engage volunteers in creating Prayer Blankets and/or Welcome Bags.

7. Ask the missions team or another group in your congregation to donate money for Bibles.

8. Participate in one of BCC’s collection drives throughout the year (e.g. back to school supplies, Christmas gifts).

9. Invite a speaker to share a presentation on BCC.

10. Volunteer for a project designed with the BCC Spiritual Life team.


Enriching Communities, One Family at a Time

Community-Based Programs
Mental Health Services
 Educational Services
Residential Services
 From adoption support services to family therapy.  Some are smaller, locally or grant funded initiatives while others are state-wide programs.
 Licensed clinical therapists and child psychiatrists provide mental health services throughout BCC’s continuum.
 BCC can provide either an in-house or community-based education placement depending on the program and needs of the youth being served.
 Campus and group home offerings can meet a variety of treatment, life skill, vocational, and programmatic needs.
Rev. Dr. .Stacey Nickerson
Director of Church and Community Engagement
(410) 496-5610 (direct)
snickerson@boardofchildcare.orgTour, guest preaching, and speaking requests can be made at