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South Sudanese mom becomes foster parent to siblings in Gambella’s refugee camp

Bethany provides psychosocial and mental health support services for South Sudanese refugees in the Gambella refugee camps.

The Church could give every U.S. waiting child a home

With three churches for every U.S. child in foster care waiting to be adopted, the American Church could end the foster care crisis. But fear and misinformation stop some Christians from embracing foster care adoption.

What would you do to protect your kids?

With survival on the line, Central American parents are making impossible choices to protect their children. Transitional Foster Care helps keep kids safe until they can be reunited with a parent or family member.

Woman cares for children while living in refugee camp

Every day, families around the world are forced to flee their homes and their countries because of political and economic instability. Oftentimes, individuals flee to neighboring countries in search of food, health care, income, and safety.

Ethiopian families and alternative family-based care

In response to the worldwide orphan crisis, we connect children in need with families in their country of origin.

My foster mom welcomed me and gave me hope

After escaping gang violence in El Salvador, a refugee teen found safety, hope, and a welcoming foster mom in the U.S.

We need more mentors for California’s kids in foster care

Born into foster care to a mother in prison, Dr. Kay Ramsey faced numerous challenges. Against all odds, she has become an incredible advocate for the power of mentorship.

Fighting the foster care crisis in Philadelphia

Every day, children in Philadelphia pack their most treasured items, leave their homes, and enter the foster care system. You might read these statistics and wonder: “What can one person do?”

Reunited under one roof

After her three children were placed in foster care, Shaquita worked toward reunification.

Fleeing for safety

Fearing for her life, Juanita fled Guatemala for asylum in the U.S. Despite a language barrier, Juanita and her foster parents discovered a common language. 

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