At this time we've developed two ways for us to model what a sharing community looks like.
- There are General Items every child in the foster youth program can use.
- There are Specific Items a child might need based on age, stage of life and physical ability.
IMPORTANT: We have an immediate need for Mentors. If you are interested, email us at email@example.com. We can help you get signed up for training. For more information on mentoring go here.
If you would like to get more involved with the Foster Youth & Families ministry, attend a monthly Education Event.
General Items can be dropped off at the Main Office on the 3rd Floor of the Life Development Building. Please make sure to tag/note that all items are for the "Foster" ministry.
View Campus Map for the location of the Life Development Building.
Calendars (wall, book)
Light Weight Back Packs
Reusable Water Bottles
To-Go Coffee Mugs
Inspirational Reading Material
* Car Seats (Newborn-4 yrs - must be new)
Shoes (Newborn-4 yrs)
* Crib (Must be new)
* Bikes with training wheels (ages 3-4)
* Toddler Beds
Basic First Aid Kits
Cosmetology Home Kits
Female Hygiene Items
Modest Women's Clothing
Modest Men's Clothing
* Please label these larger items with "Foster" and drop them off at the Resource Center (Currently located in the Facilities Building - View Campus Map)
NOTE: Excess items not distributed to the foster youth in our program will be donated to the Resource Center at Mariners Church to meet other needs in our community.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know which item/service you would like to share.
If you are in a profession similar to those listed, could you offer advice, encouragement and coaching to a student in our program? (Typically 1-2 Sessions)
Public Servants (Police, Firemen, etc.)
Creative Arts (Web developers, graphic designers, photographers, authors, illustrators, etc.)
Music & Performing Arts (Musicians, singers, actors, dancers, etc.)
Sports & Athletics (Personal trainers, runners, team sports, etc.)
Professional Services (Doctors, nurses, attorneys, educators, etc.)
Retail & Industry (Retail, food service, clothing design, etc.)
Internships, Apprenticeships & Employment
Would you be able to provide an Internship, Apprenticeship or Employment to a student in our program in one of the following areas?
Would you be able to donate so students in our program can access the following?
Mommy & Me Classes ($50/hr)
Community College Fees
Scholarship to Finish Barber School