Fostering Hope hosts monthly support group meetings where foster and adoptive families come to find community, support, connection, and encouragement. There are two separate groups, one dedicated to foster families and the other to adoptive families. On occasion, we have a guest speaker or provide a specialized training session during our meeting time.
The meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month from 6:30 – 8:30 pm in the ROC Building. The foster group meets in Room 304, and the adoptive group meets in 302. Childcare is available, and a reservation is required. To learn more about how to get involved, email email@example.com.
Whether you are fostering or have adopted, come join us as we help each other on the journey. You will be amazed at how God will use your story to bless others and how their stories will bless you!
Calling Foster and Adoptive Families! Join us for our annual Fostering Hope Christmas Party! It will be a fun-filled family night! Along with dinner, hot chocolate, cookie decorating, and a music station, we will have a Christ-centered scavenger hunt, Christmas family photos by Meghan Blood Photography, raffle baskets, and back by popular demand is the cakewalk! You don’t want to miss this!
Please register everyone in your family who will be attending. We are staggering start times to help with the flow of the event. Choose a timeslot during registration.
The event will be outside in the Pavilion and surrounding outdoor areas of Fruit Cove Baptist Church. Check-in at the Patio between buildings A and B.
Come and enjoy a wonderful time of fellowship as we prepare our hearts to celebrate the birth of our Savior!
For any activities that have childcare including support groups and Parent’s Night Out, we ask that you download and complete the Getting to Know Me Form. This helps our staff better meet the needs of your children. Forms are required to updated annually in September. Please complete it and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For foster families, we request that children be placed in your home for a minimum of one week before attending childcare.