100% of surveyed foster parents strongly agreed that they trust the volunteers who serve them through this program.
Offering support through your church connects foster families to Christian friends. It makes it easier for foster parents to provide a stable and loving home for their foster child(ren). It provides your members with ways to serve others using the gifts God gave them. And it is life-changing for children who need to know the unconditional love of Jesus.
75% of foster parents remember someone from their care team sharing their faith within the past 30 days.
88% of foster parents felt that this program at least somewhat caused them to view Christian churches more positively.
71% of foster parents feel that this program enables them to be better foster parents.
We know every church is unique in its size, location, history, skills of members, and ministry goals. You might be ready to go all in, or wish to start small. No matter where you're at, we'll work with you to determine how to make a difference in your community and create a sustainable ministry.
Care Teams allow your members to come together and volunteer their time and talents to support a foster family near them. Teams can range in size from 2-8 volunteers, and a single church can have multiple teams. Volunteers also receive access to our educational enrichment resources to help them feel prepared.
Care Team volunteers:
Events open your church up to the community. They are a great way to establish relationships with foster families in your community so that the gospel message can be shared in a meaningful way.
Possible church events include (but are not limited to)
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You, your family, and your church can play a very important role in providing life-changing support to foster families and foster children. Not everyone will be able to foster or be a foster parent, but...
2/20/2020 3:16:48 PM
You, your family, and your church can play a very important role in providing life-changing support to foster families and foster children.
Not everyone will be able to foster or be a foster parent, but everyone can be a part of making sure that no abused or neglected child goes without a loving support system in their time of need. God has given us the opportunity to share Jesus with the hurting world through a partnership with our foster families.
Will you join us?