The Jamaica National Children’s Home opened in 1973 as a branch of Britain’s National Children’s Home. It is one of Jamaica’s premier providers of care and protection for children rescued from poverty, neglect, abandonment and abuse. It is a non-government organisation owned and operated by the Jamaica Methodist Church, yet its governing board of directors retains strong links with all denominations as well as the Jamaican government.
The sole purpose of the National Children’s Home is to nurture children and to provide a loving, caring and stable home to orphans and abandoned children, as well as children with severe mental or physical disabilities whose parents are unable to provide proper care.
Open Positions at Jamaica National Children’s Home