Falcon Children’s Home (originally Falcon Orphanage) was established and chartered in the State of North Carolina in 1909. It operated then and now, as a private, not-for-profit institution. Its purpose was to serve orphans and indigent children. Today, Falcon Children’s Home is owned and operated under the auspices of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church and serves primarily the South eastern United States. The Home is fully licensed by the State of North Carolina and can care for up to 90 children between the ages of 3 and 21 years.
We are a child care institution. We have no other purpose or business. The care of children is our foremost concern and the centerpiece of all we do. Therefore, the selection or employment of people who share our vision and agree with our reason for being is crucial.
Since its inception this Home has remained committed to the desires of its founders. That vision was, and is, to provide a Christian home for children, who for whatever reason, are not permitted to live with their parents in a normal family setting or whose parents are deceased. We are committed to serving the needs of children without regard to creed, color, race or religion; to providing services and opportunities that will enhance the total well-being of every child – mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually; and to the Christian values upon which the Home was established and which we believe and teach unashamedly. It is our desire and prayer that those who seek employment at Falcon Children’s Home will subscribe to the same position on morality and conduct.