It’s one thing to paint a house or pick up trash on a Sunday afternoon. It’s another to make a long-term investment in the lives of a family. Fostering Hope volunteers make a big up-front commitment, including a background check and extensive training to work with foster children. But the pay off, they say, is far bigger.
The bond with foster parents and the kids they serve is a powerful one, whether you’re driving a child to a doctor’s appointment or just having coffee with a foster mom after a really exhausting day.
But don’t take our word for it:
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