Celebrating Our Roots
The word “Shelterwood” describes a forestry technique in which older, stronger trees shelter and protect younger trees on the forest floor until they stand, grow and thrive on their own. In the same way, Shelterwood has offered struggling teens a safe, loving place to heal and flourish for the last four decades.
Our new logo takes us back to our organization’s roots.
Reflecting Our Founder’s Vision
Our founder Richard Beach’s desire was always about transforming hearts by sharing the love of Jesus with others. He envisioned a ministry that would grow not only those we care for, but those who serve.
For those of you who have visited our campus, you will recognize our new logo mark is a digital replica of the dominant oak tree that majestically stands outside our dining hall.
This symbol is a constant reminder for each of our nearly 100 employees on why we exist. To continue Richard’s dream of providing support and safety for others as they discover who God made them to be.