Many Children and Families in Your Community Are Vulnerable and Hurting
Good news! You don’t have to recreate the foster care ministry wheel. We’ve got you covered with a model that is achievable, sensitive to your church’s unique culture, and supported through ongoing resourcing and coaching. Best of all? We can also help you implement and maintain your plan. Just ask!
Let’s be honest. Foster care ministry can be hard. That’s why our model includes training and support that equips your staff and volunteers for high-level service, while, at the same time, builds community within your church and ensures that families and children impacted by foster care experience hope and healing.
Churches want to make a difference in their community in new and meaningful ways. Service to the foster care community connects you to many of your neighbors who are part of the foster care story and who need support. Every church can do something to bring hope to children and families impacted by foster care.
What are people saying
"Fostering Hope has combined years of practical experience with an incredible vision full of insight and dedication to making a change in the world of foster care. Under their direction and guidance, we have been able to organize and cast vision in ways we couldn’t have done without them."
Suzanne, Church Advocate
"Fostering Hope New England is a driving force in equipping & networking a fragmented foster
care system. Their work is breathing new life into tired people and a tired system."
Pam, DCF Area Board
"The approach Fostering Hope is taking to develop families and to equip them with practical tools to face
the challenges associated with fostering/adopting children affected by trauma is incredibly needed."
Ricardo, Family Support Services Director