Fall/Winter distribution is underway starting October 2 and running through March 2020!
Request an appointment or mail order to receive Fall/Winter weather clothing for your foster and relative foster children. Foster Care Support also serves fictive kin and and grandchildren being raised by grandparents with no biological parents presently living in the home.
We are excited about the Lasha Hammett State Farm agencies' collaboration with Foster Care Support Foundation with their "Quotes for Good" Campaign. Click here to check this out. and Please Share with others to help kids in need.
Atlanta Gladiators Undie Sunday was March 24, 2019!
Thanks to The Atlanta Gladiators Professional Hockey Team for hosting the "Undie Sunday" event that was held on March 24th! Thanks to the attendees who donated over 3,000 brand new children's undergarments by hurling the packages onto the rink after the Gladiator's first goal. It was an amazing sight to see!
Thanks to all who helped with this year's Prom-A-Palooza!
FCSF serves a vital and growing need throughout Georgia by providing free clothing, infant equipment and developmental toys to thousands of children in foster and relative care. Foster Care Support Foundation (FCSF) needs your financial support to meet the needs of thousands of children in foster care and relative foster care, including grandparents raising grandchildren this year. $850,000 is needed this year to maintain the Foster Care Support’s program and continue to provide free basic care items to our children of abuse and neglect. Donations will also support the Hope 4 Tomorrow Mentoring program that partners responsible adults with teens needing guidance and someone to call their friend and guide them through their teen years. Foster Care Support has been in operation for 18 years and has served over 50,000 children with free clothing, toys, school supplies and safe infant care items throughout every county in GA. We are able because you care! For sponsorship opportunities, please email email@example.com or call 770-641-9591.
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You can help the foster children of Georgia in many ways:
We often need specific items to fill shortages. Click here for a list of needed items.
We take donations Tuesdays through Saturdays between 10am and 3pm.
Items taken are processed to provide the goods needed to give to the children.
Items not usually taken by foster parents or not child friendly are processed and go to our resale shop to help raise funds for the program.
Come help a foster child by volunteering your time Tuesday through Saturday anytime from 9:30am to 5:00pm at 115 Mansell Place, Roswell GA 30076. You can fill an order to mail to a foster child that lives too far away to come to the Roswell location for pick up. We need hundreds of volunteers for several tasks at the FCSF center. Those interested can email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Can't come volunteer on a regular basis? We need people to sponsor one or more children with a monthly donation of only $25 or more per month per child and help to give basic care items that will make him or her feel special and loved. Set it in your bank bill-pay system, to avoid processing fees, to reoccur monthly to Foster Care Support Foundation, 3334 Trails End Rd NE, Roswell GA 30075. Set it, continue it, and help a child. Please help us by sharing our information with others who can help.
Thinking about becoming a foster parent? Want more information about fostering? We can help. Check out the Prospective Foster Parent Information Sessions Schedules in your area.
Already a foster parent? To make an appointment for your foster children:
To make an appointment for your foster children, click here.
Once we receive your submitted request, we will schedule an appointment for you as quickly as possible.
There is always work to be done to help the children. We can use you or your group in many different ways.
We welcome volunteers Tuesday through Saturday between 9:30am and 5pm, for ages 16 and older.
Children under 16 may come in limited numbers as long as they are accompanied with a parent for every two teens
Please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your interest in volunteering at either location by giving us:
We have launched our Hope 4 Tomorrow mentoring program focused on helping children who are aging-out of the foster care system.
Our mentoring information sessions are held on the second Tuesday of each month 6:30pm to 7:30pm via conference call.
We especially need mentors in the metro area: Gwinnett, South and North Fulton, Cobb, Forsyth, and DeKalb