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Help our kids get what they need to be successful!

Together we’re helping raise

438,000 Children in Foster Care*

35,644 Caregivers

Getting the life-changing products and services their children need to thrive

12,062 Youth

Receiving the education and employment supports and opportunities they need to successfully transition to adulthood

2,502 Agencies

Helping their youth and families get what they need to succeed

317 Companies providing 615 Needed Products, Services, and Opportunities

Contributing the educational, employment, health, recreational, and daily living products, services and opportunities our young people need to achieve their full potential!

*Children’s Bureau, March 2017

Our Children & Youth need your help!

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The Problem

Young people aging out of the foster care system have the worst outcomes of any population in the United States.

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What Our Youth, Caregivers and Partners Say

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Age Out Yearly

Cost per Youth We Fail

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