Will You Join The Fight?

Now that you’ve seen the story of Possum Trot and the difference that a few people can make in the experiences and outcomes for kids in foster care, what will you do?

Consider Fostering

Consider Fostering

There are many models for fostering today, from 72-hour custodial care and respite care to short- and long-term placements. Explore fostering here in Colorado.

As you do, be sure to sign up for our webinars here in Colorado as well as our national FosterCon series to hear stories and get practical help.

Start A Foster Friendly Community

Start A Foster Friendly Community

In the film, it wasn’t until the entire community came together to wrap-around the adoptive families and support one another that the families — and then the kids — began to thrive.

Colorado Kids Belong is starting Foster Friendly Communities across the state to show up for foster and adoptive families as they care for vulnerable kids. Learn what it takes to:

4 More Ways You Can Help Change The Future For Vulnerable Kids

Become A Foster Friendly Business

Your retail business can create an offer to support foster families, from food and entertainment offers to personal-care experiences and more.

Make A Gift

Become a partner by making a recurring gift to fund our work to ensure a family for every child and a Foster Friendly Community for every family.

Sound of Hope: The Story Of Possum Trot Movie Poster

Plan A Movie Night

Invite friends, family, your community group, coworkers and others to see Sound of Hope. It’s a rare opportunity to lean into the real faces and needs of foster care.

Consider Adopting

Our I Belong Project films 500+ adoption-eligible kids in foster care each year who are in need of families. Learn how to get started

Why Foster Care Should Be A Top Priority For All Of Us

Being in foster care is an upstream contributor to many social wounds that diminish the flourishing of our youth and our communities as a whole.

What Happens When Kids Age Out Without Families


A majority of child sex-trafficking victims, from 50% to 90%, have been in foster care.


Fewer than half of former foster youth graduate high school and a third live at / below the poverty line.


The pregnancy rate before age 19 is 3x higher than the
national average, and as parents are far more likely to lose their kids to foster care.

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