Here are ways you can help
Become a Mentor
Anyone can make a difference for foster youth and former foster youth as a mentor. Few mentor programs are targeted solely toward serving youth in foster care. That said, heightened awareness in recent years of the needs of foster children has led to an increase in the number of traditional mentoring programs that intentionally reach out to this population.
National organizations with foster youth mentorship programs:
National mentoring organizations:
Regional mentoring organizations:
Additional mentoring opportunities may be available in your community and information may be available through schools, after-school programs, Head Start, Family courts and Faith-based organizations.
For more information, or to have your organization listed please contact Patrick@PropperDaley.com
Become a Foster Parent
As a foster parent, you can change the life of a child by giving them a place to call home during a challenging time and by being that someone looking out for them. If you have room in your heart and in your home for child or teen, please consider becoming a foster parent.
Contribute to Success
All foster youth have promise and potential; a college degree shouldn’t be out of their reach. Tuition, fees, books, housing, transportation – your donation will make a difference for a student from care, who shouldn’t have to go it alone
Since 1981, Foster Care to Success has been helping foster youth reach their goals in partnership with people like you. Give today and change a life.
Grant A Wish
For children who’ve been victims of abuse, neglect and abandonment, something as small as a video game or an experience like a trip to Sesame Place can make the world of a difference. At One Simple Wish, they empower people to support foster children and their families in very simple yet meaningful ways. Grant a wish now.