Tennessee Kids Belong dramatically improves the experiences and outcomes for kids in foster care.
Attend our free, virtual panel to hear real stories from foster parents and community leaders… and take the NEXT STEP! Join us to learn how you can support foster care in your community. Our experts will share real life experiences, providing valuable insights on how you can make a difference in the lives of children and families in foster care.
Discover all the ways you can contribute. You can — volunteer, wrap around foster families, plant a wrap ministry in your church, engage local businesses, educate your community — find your best fit to impact foster care. By the end of the call, we’ll work to connect you with people in your area actively making a difference.
GET INVOLVED WITH TKB
We invite you to learn more about Tennessee Kids Belong and the work we do! We accomplish our mission to improve the experiences and outcomes for kids in foster care through proven FAMILY RECRUITMENT, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & COALITION BUILDING programs. Everything we do is focused on finding families and support for vulnerable kids – making an impact in homes, communities and throughout the state.
Start by joining the NEXT STEPS panel. We’ll share how to wrap around foster families and connect you with change makers across Tennessee.
Partner with us to become an AMBASSADOR for Tennessee Kids Belong. You’ll act as a leader in your community – educating churches and businesses about our work!
We invite you to donate to TKB. There are so many ways to get involved and show support. Donations support our statewide programs.
I BELONG PROJECT
The I Belong Project uplifts the stories, faces and voices of kids in foster care who are eligible for adoption to help connect them with forever families. We host video shoots across the state and take great care to ensure we are providing a safe, fun and therapeutic environment for the kids we have the privilege of serving.
Watch our recent montage! This is a compilation of incredible stories from our filming days last year. If you want to watch full videos, click to Meet Tennessee Kids!