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Foster Support Program

Every year children are placed in out-of-home care because their biological homes are not safe. These children need a place where they can feel secure and loved and where they may even have the opportunity to hear about their Savior who loves them.

We believe foster families benefit from additional support so that they can focus on what’s most important—being the best possible parents to hurting kids. That’s why we help churches and people like you reach out to local foster families with encouragement, support, and the gospel.

It’s people like you who make this work possible.

75% of foster parents

remembered someone from their care team sharing their faith with them in the past 30 days.

88% of foster parents

felt this program at least somewhat caused them to view churches more positively.

71% of program participants

feel enabled to be better foster parents.

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How we're supporting foster families

The Foster Support program brings needed help and encouragement to foster families through meals, babysitting, carpooling, and sharing the message of Jesus in whom we find true peace and rest.

How you can get involved

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Volunteer to help a foster family

You can volunteer on your own, with a friend, or as a group. Helping a foster family with the physical, emotional, and spiritual care they need can be as simple as dropping off a pre-made meal, cutting their lawn, or messaging them to check in. If you don’t already know a foster family to support, we will help you find one in your area.

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Serve the foster community through your church

Your church is unique in many ways: location, history, size, the skills of your members, and your ministry goals. We’ll help you develop a custom approach for creating a thriving foster program and we’ll provide resources which infuse confidence as you reach out to your community.

“This was such a positive encouragement and help to us. We would love for others to benefit from your program. It made such a difference.”

- Tricia and John Foster Parents

"This program is a great way to help and be involved. I can't commit 100% to having my own foster children, but I can commit a few hours to help these parents who have foster children."

- Charissa Volunteer

“I wanted to do something different and I’ve always wanted to help foster families...I saw this as my opportunity.”

- Lisa Foster Support Volunteer

 

 

Impact Results

Read our latest Impact Snapshot to see how our Foster Support program is changing the lives of foster families both physically and spiritually. 

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As a college student, time is a precious resource. When you’re not in class, your day can quickly be consumed by homework, a job, exercise, eating, and (if you’re lucky) getting the highly-recommended-but-ever-so-elusive...

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Fostering: The Transient Mission Field

Kimberly Magsig4/16/2021 3:13:21 PM

As a college student, time is a precious resource. When you’re not in class, your day can quickly be consumed by homework, a job, exercise, eating, and (if you’re lucky) getting the highly-recommended-but-ever-so-elusive eight hours of sleep. Oftentimes, as college students, when you manage to carve out some free time, the first thought is what can I do for myself?

But Charissa asked a different question. 

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Disclaimer Regarding Foster Care Agencies: Any information provided by Kingdom Workers regarding foster parenting, including information regarding agencies that license foster parents or make decisions regarding placement of foster children (collectively, “Foster Care Agencies”) is intended for informational purposes only. Inclusion of any particular Foster Care Agency in the information provided by Kingdom Workers does not represent an endorsement by Kingdom Workers. Further, Kingdom Workers has no control over decisions made by Foster Care Agencies, which are independent third-party organizations.

*Children’s Bureau of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

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