Fostering Hope Monthly Support Group Meetings are where foster and adoptive families come to find community, support, connection, and encouragement. The majority of our meetings use the book Reframing Foster Care as a starting point for conversations. Each meeting also allows a time to share and for prayer requests. On occasion, we have a guest speaker or provide a specialized training session during our meeting time.
Our meetings are typically held on the first Tuesday of each month from 6:30 – 8:30 pm in Room 304 of the ROC Building with childcare available. However, due to current circumstances, meetings are being held online via Zoom video conference through the end of the year.
due to a scheduling conflict with the online TBRI training that we are offering, the next three meetings will be on the first Monday of the month at 8 pm; October 5th, November 2nd, and December 7th. Make sure to plan accordingly!
We are thrilled to announce that the proceeds from this year’s MOVE 5K Fun Run & Walk will once again benefit Fostering Hope!
Join us on October 24th and help continue the mission of Fostering Hope to recruit and support foster and adoptive families in our community and ultimately be able to share the love of Christ through this ministry. Proceeds from the race will be used to provide wrap-around care services, education programs, family events, and a diaper and clothing closet to serve the community.
This is always a fun event! This year you have the choice of participating in person or through a virtual run/walk option. For more information and to register, go to FruitCove.com/5K!
Know a business that would be interested in sponsoring the race? Please mail email@example.com for a sponsorship package.
Join us on November 8th for Stand Sunday, a day where churches across America stand for children and families in foster care. This year, individuals and churches worldwide are being rallied to BE THE LIGHT for orphans and foster children. This call has never been more important, as it is always the vulnerable who suffer most when times are hard. Your prayers and acts of service, whether humble or grand, will bring light in a dark place.
Fruit Cove will once again recognize Stand Sunday with a special message. Representatives from local foster care licensing agencies, the Guardian Ad Litem Office, and Fostering Hope will be available between services to answer questions about ways to get involved.