Help relieve the state's foster care crisis!
We are working to lower the number of children in the state’s foster care system. Let’s create permanent, loving homes for children.
Thanks to the generous time and resources of our donors and volunteers, we are creating creating permanent and loving homes for children.
Five years later we see Angie and Jake Hayes have cultivated a loving home for their five adopted children.
Tavares spent five years in foster care when he was connected to our Wendy’s Wonderful Kids program. Now, he is prospering with his new family.
Wendy’s Wonderful Kids successfully places one young boy who had lived in foster homes for more than a decade.
Already the parents to three biological children, Angie and Jake Hayes adopted five siblings, bringing them from Washington into their Oregon family.
During Sherrie Heginbotham’s adoption journey to adopt her son, Henry, we helped her navigate the international adoption process.
When Cami and Ryan Blumenthal embarked on their journey toward adoption, they wanted to complete their family. In the process, they also reunited two young sisters who were likely to never see each other again.
We are working to expand our efforts to other states to help children who have entered the foster care system reunite with their parents.
We celebrate 10 years of the Washington State Parent Ally Committee, which brings parent voice to policy and law changes.
Just a few years ago, John Martin was on the run with warrants for his arrest when his daughter was born. Now, he has sole custody of his daughter and he is helping other parents who are trying to reunite with their children.
A young mother helps fellow parents find their way in the child welfare system.