We've all heard the phrase “It takes a village to raise a child.” That village of support is even more critical when the child has expereince neglect and trauma and is placed into foster care. Fostering Community provides ongoing support to children in foster care and their families and also works to prevent child abuse and neglect. If you'd like to partner with us to help provide support, here are some ways you can help:
Join our facebook group where we post needs and share stories of success:
and Join our email list to receive monthly emails: http://eepurl.com/gLOUCX
Become a monthly financial partner to help us sustain our organization and fulfill our mission. Recurring donations are vital to sustaining our organization and fulfilling our mission. These automatic donations allow us to create a financial foundation from which to support our foster community and fulfill needs. Click here
to join the support team today in setting up your recurring donation or make a one time gift. Donations to Fostering Community are completely tax deductible
using the Paypal receipt. You do not need to have a PayPal account to donate.
Here are some ways to support The Foster Care Closet:
-Donate new or very gently used children's items.
Volunteer with us at The Foster Care Closet! Click here to sign up for a shift.
-Would your organization collect our most needed items for the Foster Care Closet? You can host a drive for Diapers & Wipes, Socks, or Pajamas. send us an email for more information email@example.com.
-Purchase items off our Amazon Wishlist
WRAP-AROUND SUPPORT for foster families
The first lady of our state has a new initiative called “1 church, 1 family” The idea came from the realization that there are about 4,000 children in foster care in Louisiana and there are about 4,000 churches in our state. If there was 1 family from each church who became certified, and if the entire church wrapped around that foster family, it would change the future of those children. Consider household chores, yard work, grocery shopping, tutoring, delivering meals, babysitting, and prayer. Put your professional skills to use in showing love to adoptive and foster families and to foster youth—from haircuts to orthodontics to car repair. or Maybe you have a skill that you can teach a youth in foster care.