Where to jump in?
Social issues are interwoven and overlapping. When it comes to foster care and adoption, this means that there are numerous ways to make an impact.
We need foster parents, kinship parents, adoptive parents, and mentors. We also need people fighting poverty, homelessness, human trafficking, etc. For example, fostering a child is a form of homelessness prevention (children are given homes), but homeless ministries are a form of foster care prevention (parents get the help they need).
At Fostering Family, we focus our efforts primarily on “intervention,” but we partner with organizations both upstream and downstream in order to engage the foster care crisis holistically. If you have a particular burden for “prevention” or “restoration,” we are eager to point you in the right direction. Learn more below.
Serving Public Schools
Crisis Pregnancy Centers
Child Sponsorship / Mentoring
Mentoring Teens & Parents