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Donating Helps Foster Children and Foster Homes

Did you know there’s no single way to make donations to foster children and foster homes? Donating money itself can be difficult for many people, but reaching into your pockets isn’t the only way you can donate. Indeed, most organizations know that it isn’t always possible. Luckily, there are multiple ways to give to children.

Examples of Items to Donate

Here are two examples of ways you can donate to foster children and foster families without writing a check:

Giving Health & Beauty Items

Most people living in the U.S. have a variety of health and beauty products they use at home. Having access to healthy, clean items that can be used daily would make a significant difference in the lives of foster children who can receive those products. This would also provide some help for the families who are supporting them day-to-day. Next time you’re out shopping, grabbing a few extra items for promotion, especially if you see there’s a sale, could make an impact.

Food

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Cute elementary age girl smiles as she donates a bag of apples during a community food drive.

We all know for a fact that children have to eat at least three times a day. Since they’re still growing, plenty of food is needed to keep them healthy and happy. This could be solved in the same way of the category above by grabbing some extra items or even going through your pantry to collect items your family might not eat. These essential food items could make a significant difference in a child’s life

Learn More About Donating to Foster Children

For more information, contact us so we can lead you in the right direction. Foster children need help and support so they can live their best life. Working together can make a huge difference in their life.