You don’t need a lot of money to make a big difference in the life of a foster child. In fact, donating your time often makes more of an impact! But would you make a great mentor to foster children? Ask yourself these five questions to find out. 1. Do You Enjoy Being Around Children? … Read moreWould You Make a Great Mentor to Foster Children? Ask Yourself These 5 Questions!
Not everyone who wants to make a difference in a foster child’s life has a lot of money to do so. Don’t let that discourage you! If you have just $5, you can make a big difference in a foster child’s life. Continue reading below to learn nine great examples. Make a Big Difference in … Read more9 Ways to Make a Big Difference in a Foster Child’s Life With Just $5
More than 10% of families in America are paying for a storage unit when they could be saving money by donating many of those items to foster children and families. If you’d like to help children in need and get rid of one of your monthly bills, ask yourself these questions. Why Did You Store … Read moreDonating to Foster Children Feels Better Than Paying for Storage
Donating to foster kids is a wonderful way for your children to spend their summer vacation. If you’re like many parents, you’ve probably been encouraging your kids to use their extra free time to engage in rewarding activities like reading and playing sports. Here’s why helping foster kids is something you should add to that … Read moreSummer Vacation Ideas for Kids Donating to Foster Kids
While the children living in foster care need food, clothes, and basic self-care items, these aren’t the only items they need. These are only the most basic necessities, required to live. Like all other children, those living in foster care need items that go above and beyond the most basic requirements. Here are just three … Read more3 Forgotten Donations That Foster Children Need
Many parents have experienced hearing a child make screeching noises with a violin as they start to learn their new musical instrument. Often, parents’ patience and tolerance are rewarded as the child learns, and the strange noises turn into real music. Learning to play an instrument can be a great part of a child’s life. … Read moreHow Learning a Musical Instrument Can Benefit Foster Kids
You want to go through your family’s old clothes, your children’s old toys, and your pantry to help the foster children living in your community. As you rummage through items, you can’t help but wonder which items are truly okay to be donated. The information below can help ease this confusion and give you a … Read moreShould I Donate That? Tips to Tell If Used Items Are Okay for Donation
The toys and clothes that are often donated to foster children are for school-aged children, but the infants who live in foster care also need your help. Infants are expensive because they not only require additional care but also additional supplies. If you look at any sales forum or even browse through Facebook, you are … Read moreThe Infants Living in Foster Care Need Your Help Too
Imagine Julia. This morning she groggily woke up to morning sounds we all know so well. A songbird melodically ushered in the morning. Wind blew about the grass. Cars blared at one another as they passed overhead. Footsteps passed somewhere close…too close. Someone unknown rattles her box and laughs menacingly. Julia curled into a tight … Read moreBut Why Should I Donate? To Write Hope Into a Child’s Narrative!
They say it takes a village to raise a child, so who is the village that raises children that don’t even have their forever family? We are, and we want your help. As you can imagine these kids have a lot of needs that can be difficult to fulfill. How can you help? You can … Read moreHelp Provide for Foster Children