Fostering Hope
Fostering Hope provides resources, relationships and recovery to foster families, bio parents and children in foster care, creating avenues of reconciliation and full restoration.

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Care Communities

Care Communities exist to come alongside foster families to provide spiritual, practical, and emotional support. Care Communities ease the burden of fostering by building a support network for foster parents.

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Hannah’s Closet

Hannah’s Closet is a resource center for foster, adoptive, and kinship families. Families gain access to a range of practical resources including clothing, diapers, hygiene products and much more. Volunteers serve by sorting donations, helping families shop, and connecting relationally with parents and children while they are in the store.

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Support Group

Fostering Hope offers in person and virtual support groups for foster, adoptive, and kinship families. These support groups are designed to give families a community of people who have walked the foster care journey before them. Support Groups provide a toolkit of strategies to help them in parenting kids from hard places.

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Fostering Hope aims to have families waiting on children instead of children waiting on families.

Carly Souza, Fostering Hope Director

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