How Well Do You Know The Foster Parents And Kids In Your Community?
This template will help you identify and gather valuable information about the foster, kinship and adoptive parents in your faith community already.
- How are they doing?
- Do they have immediate needs?
- How can your community support and pray for them?
Kinship and foster parents often don’t ask for help, but be assured: they will not turn down your community’s support and appreciation.
Foster Friendly Resources
Check Out These Additional Resources For Foster Friendly Faith
Foster Parents’ Night Out
Parents Night Out (PNO) is an opportunity for faith communities to provide a night out to foster and adoptive families.
Kinship / Foster Support Groups
Your community can host a support group for kinship, adoptive and foster families to help make vital connections and offer a source of encouragement.
Wrap is a tool that mobilizes local faith communities to care for adoptive and foster families with a robust array of support from meals and groceries to transportation and home maintenance.
A lot of people don’t realize that simple things are no longer simple when you’re fostering. Mowing the lawn means two hours with only my wife watching two high-need kids. I’d love to have access to a discount on getting my lawn mowed.