There are approximately 25,000 transition age foster youth (age 16 to 24) who have or will most likely age out of the foster care system without a permanent family. Research shows
Update: January 7, 2021 In just a few short months since we launched this partnership, iFoster members from multiple states have benefitted from almost 3000 minutes of free tutoring
Thank you iFoster Community for rising to 2020’s challenges! Together – team, partners, funders, and members – we helped our youth succeed through these dark times.
Update: December 28, 2020 A lot has happened since we delivered the first iFoster phones for foster youth in November 2019. What we did not know then is the dramatically increased
Holidays can be a wonderful time of the year, but for many of us it can also be a very challenging time. Well, this year has proven to be especially difficult in so many ways so
The Great iFoster Bake Off! (no baking required) On December 18, 2020 nearly 800 enthusiastic foster youth “bakers” participating from 13 different states took part in the first-ever
The need to embrace a new normal cannot be overstated. People of all ages and backgrounds are embracing some form of drastic change due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s more
The state of foster care is constantly changing and evolving. No two years — or even months — are exactly the same because there are constant developments that affect the institution
The foster care system is meant to provide a temporary arrangement in which trained caregivers, including kinship or relative caregivers, provide for the care of a child when their
Learn more about the educational resources that are available in the iFoster portal. These remote learning resources can help students study, practice skills, and learn new ones.