Mission: To care for vulnerable children and families by supporting active and potential foster families in our church and community.

Vision: Everyone can do something- we will inspire and empower people to “find their something.”

Vault clothing and sheets collection UPDATE:  We did it! THANK YOU to all who stopped by to donate items, reached out to us to pick up items, and to all who spread the word! We exceeded our goal!  We collected 110 crib sheets (goal was 30) and 131 outfits (goal was 80). Rachel Russo from The Vault was so happy and thankful! So many children and families will be blessed by your generosity.  Thank you Suzan Roig for taking the charge on this project! 

Find YOUR something! Here are all the ways you can help:

Join a care team

Care for foster families by providing meals, supplies (clothing, furniture, school supplies, toys), and services (lawncare, house cleaning, hair care). Click here, and you’ll be contacted by our care team coordinator.

Become a Certified Babysitter!

Only certified individuals are eligible to babysit for children in foster care. You can get certified in one day and become part of the Babysitting Collaborative to give foster parents some time alone together. You can also sponsor someone else’s certification with a donation.  Click here for more information.  

Family Serve Opportunity at The Vault

Become a Vault keeper and serve alongside a friend or with your family.  Families are often given only a few hours notice to prepare for the placement of a child in their home.  The Vault accepts donations of all the essentials so foster families can have what they need.  Vault keepers organize donations and allow foster and kinship families ample time to shop.  Click here to sign up.  You can also donate items- click here for a list of what’s needed/not accepted.

Become a mentor

Do you have a heart for prevention? Help prevent more children from entering the foster care system by becoming a mentor. Opportunities include mentoring youth aging out of foster care, teen moms, families in crisis, and those rescued from sex trafficking.  Click here to find out more.

Become a child advocate with CASA 

A Child Advocate is appointed by a judge to be an independent voice in court for an abused and/or neglected child. The Advocate provides the judge with a carefully researched background of the child to help the court make a sound decision about the child's future. Click here to find out more about CASA.

Are you an active or former foster family?  Are you considering foster care and/or adoption?  We want to support you!  Click here to be contacted by a Team Hope staff member.  Click here to find our about our small groups!