Children's Village, Inc. was incorporated in 1984 in the State of Idaho and was designated as a non-profit 501(c)3 charity by the IRS. The facility is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and the daily operations are managed by a dedicated administrative team. The agency has a double check and balance financial system with an outside annual audit by a local CPA firm. To date, the corporation remains debt free owning fifteen acres and two large homes and a shop. The governing board is committed to following "best practices" and adheres to industry standards. They take pride in being prudent stewards of the community's trust and financial support.
The first house, "The Moyer Home" opened in 1990 and serves children who are abused, neglected, homeless or in severe family crisis. Children ages birth through 18 can live in this licensed group foster home - permanently if needed.
Brothers and sisters are kept together and residents are transported back to their schools of origin throughout the Coeur d'Alene, Post Falls and Lakeland School Districts. Over 2000 children have been served since the doors opened. Within the Moyer Home is the Crisis Nursery
In 1995 a group of faithful supporters of Children's Village formed the Children's Village Foundation, Inc. This incorporated foundation was designated as a Idaho State 501(c)3 charity by the IRS. The mission of this body is to ensure the future and financial stability of Children's Village and to support the programs serving children. Governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, the corporation has an outside annual audit by a local CPA firm.
Children's Village Foundation holds the endowment funds, securities, restricted funds, tangible gifts and gifts secured through capital campaigns and special projects. This Foundation sponsors annual charity auctions, including spring and winter events and special fundraising projects.