Students in Foster Care: A Quick Guide
January 30th, 2020From Our Blog
Each year, thousands of children in California are removed from their homes and placed into foster care due to parental neglect, abuse,... Read More »
The Best Children’s Books About Adopted or Foster Kids Prove Love Makes a Family
January 22nd, 2020From Our Blog
Talking to kids about adoption or fostering isn’t easy; our words and even our tone towards the topics can shape adopted and... Read More »
How a Child in Foster Can Qualify for Social Security Benefits
December 29th, 2019Tips and Advice
  How a Child in Foster Can Qualify for Social Security Benefits Providing a loving foster home for a child is one... Read More »
These Tools Help Coach College Youth Aged Out of Foster Care to Develop Relationships
October 16th, 2019From Our Blog
What does it take to engage students who age out of foster care into supportive relationships on the college campus? It helps... Read More »
The Day I Picked My Parents
September 20th, 2019From Our Blog
Kidsave’s weekend hosting program in Los Angeles is designed to help older foster youth find committed mentors and loving adoptive families. A&E’s... Read More »
My journey from foster sister to foster mom
August 23rd, 2019Real Stories
I stayed home from school the day Dwayne* left our home. As a young teen, I had fallen in love with the... Read More »
Woman honored for decades as foster parent.
August 15th, 2019Adoption Story
When people ask Sandra Barnaby when she’s planning to retire, they’re not necessarily referring to the time she splits between serving as... Read More »
Former Foster Youth Adopts Three Children
July 23rd, 2019Adoption Story
Barry Farmer didn’t have the easiest childhood, but it was an experience that made him who he is today – a dad... Read More »
#DonateYourSmallTalk Trash Bag Campaign
June 26th, 2019From Our Blog
A new campaign is encouraging you to turn your small talk into a potentially life-changing conversation for the nation’s 400,000 children currently... Read More »
Woman provides foster care to children with autism
June 20th, 2019From Our Blog
After Jessica Porter finished her foster care certification through the Spotsylvania County Department of Social Services, she thought, “They’re never going to... Read More »
1 in 5 foster youth attend college. You can help them graduate.
May 15th, 2019From Our Blog
With over 1,000 children in foster care in Santa Clara County, you can make a difference by opening your heart and home... Read More »