Foster Connect is an online hub where our partners in the foster care community can share volunteer opportunities, services, and resources.
If you’d like to share an opportunity, click here to submit your information.
The Foster Care Support Foundation (FCSF) provides free clothing, toys, school supplies, sporting equipment, and infant care items to displaced children with ‘basic care per diem’ or comparable SSI (up to $30/day, not counting sibling subsidy or diaper allotment) in qualifying court-placed, abandoned, DFCS, and private agency foster homes, relative care homes, fictive kin, grandparents raising grandchildren (without the biological parent also in the same home), teens who recently aged out of foster care, and foster children in college. Youth age 12 and older can also receive one-on-one mentoring through our Hope 4 Tomorrow Mentoring Program.
Hope 4 Tomorrow (H4T) is a one-on-one mentoring program that pairs displaced youth with an adult member of their community for an initial period of 12 months. H4T was created to provide youth with the stability, life skills, educational tools, and experience needed to become thriving adults. This opportunity is open for people in the Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Dekalb, Forsyth, Fulton and Gwinnett counties in Georgia.
Find out what it means to Foster with Saving Innocence at our monthly Zoom session. Register by emailing email@example.com
A multi-year program for foster youth enrolled in college providing career coaching, connections to industry professionals, access to internships, job search assistance, and targeted financial support.
The Neighbors program connects isolated families (bio, foster, adoptive, reunified, and kinship) with people who care and want to support them, one simple meal delivery at a time.
We support your agency or nonprofit in launching your own Neighbors program, building natural, supportive friendships for your local families.
Happy Trails offers year-round recreational, educational, and cultural programs that serve youth impacted by foster care. They are now hiring system impacted youth aged 18+ for their Summer Camp Counselor positions.
Children’s Bureau Adoption Promotion and Support Services Program is looking for Adoptive Parent Mentors with lived expertise as adoptive parents or adult adoptees. We have foster youth of all ages and adopting resource parents in need of mentors.