"Many hands make light work." For those of us in the church, we can be the hands to help foster families who are on the front lines making a difference in the lives of children in foster care. You may not be able to become a foster or adoptive parent but you can help lighten the load.
A meal for a foster family, mowing the lawn, helping with laundry are practical ways to help the families who have devoted themselves to front line ministry in foster care. Becoming a mentor as a foster grandparent, foster aunt or uncle can provide additional healthy adult relationships to support the foster child's needs. Funding recreational or educational activities for a foster child helps to build confidence and skills for life.
Let Fostering Family Ministries help you and your church get involved in serving a foster family. Attend the Volunteer Training November 6th, 2016 from 6-8pm at Bethel, 575 St. Rt. 250 N, Savannah, six miles north of Ashland.
Is your church a part of the solution to the foster care crisis? Join Fostering Family Ministries to make a difference in our county.