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Helping find healthy healing homes for kids in foster care

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391,098 kids in the foster care system

Who we are and what we do.

We are bringing awareness to churches in the Northeast, supporting families, and changing lives by developing care communities to support foster care, adoptive families, and aging out youth.


That is the number of children that are awaiting adoption into a loving family.


That is the number of homes in the united states that are licensed foster homes.


Eighteen percent of children are impoverished in the United States of America. That's 597,42,000 children in America.


That is the number of churches in the United States of America. If every church were to help address this problem we could see a dramatic decrease in the previous numbers.


Donate Financially: Your financial support is vital in enabling us to create and sustain care communities for foster care, adoptive families, and aging-out youth. Every dollar donated goes directly towards providing essential services, resources, and support to those in need. Whether it's a one-time donation or a recurring contribution, your generosity helps us make a lasting impact.


Spread Awareness: You can be an advocate for our cause by spreading awareness about the challenges faced by foster care, adoptive families, and aging-out youth. Use your social media platforms, personal networks, and community connections to share our mission and stories of those we've helped. Increased awareness leads to greater support and understanding.


Connect Us with Churches: Help us reach more churches in the Northeast by connecting us with local congregations and religious organizations. Together, we can strengthen the support network for foster care, adoptive families, and aging-out youth.

"You might be temporary in their lives; they might be temporary in yours. But there is nothing temporary about the love or the lesson." - Tonia Christle