We exist to lend support to current foster families and be a resource for those who are interested in taking the next step toward fostering. No matter where you are on this journey, you are not alone and we are here for you! Click below to get more information specific to your unique story.

NEED SUPPORT?

We know being a foster family comes with challenges, big and small. We’re here to help in any way that we can.

How Can We Support You?

We have an amazing team of Fostering Hope volunteers who would love to come alongside you and support your family. If you need help, click below to get in touch with us.

Hope Closet: NOW OPEN

We love to welcome foster families to shop at our Hope Closet. The closet is stocked with many different supplies that our ministry has been blessed with. 

We have reopened our Hope Closet at a more central location to better serve families where they are. Click below and sign up to shop at our Raleigh Campus, located at 821 Buck Jones Road.

INTERESTED IN FOSTERING?

The steps to become a foster family can be overwhelming, but we have great resources to help you get started!

Next Info Meeting: November 9

Join us for one of our Foster Parent Information Meetings hosted once every quarter on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the Chapel at our Raleigh campus. You’ll have the opportunity to learn more about foster care, find out the steps you’ll need to take to become licensed to foster, and get answers to any questions you may have.

Click below to view upcoming dates and to let us know you’re coming.

Fostering Hope + Wake County

We work closely with Wake County to help families through the process of becoming fosters! Wake County offers Foster Parent Information Meetings on a monthly basis. Due to COVID, these meetings were moved online so those who were interested could attend virtually. If you’re unable to make it to our scheduled meetings, or if you don’t want to have to wait until one comes around, click below for more info!

SERVE WITH FOSTERING HOPE

We have many opportunities to get involved and support these families.

Fostering Hope would not be able to bless the families that we do without the support of our volunteers.

It has been incredible to see the impact that we can have when we come together for a worthy case, and we are excited at what the future holds for our Fostering Hope ministry. Click below to get involved and let us know you are interested in serving.

Are you

Interested in Fostering?

Join us for one of our quarterly Foster Parent Information Meetings hosted quarterly in the Chapel at the Raleigh campus. You’ll have the opportunity to learn more about foster care, find out the steps you’ll need to take to become licensed to foster, and get answers to all your questions. Click below to view upcoming dates and to let us know you’re coming. 

Can't wait to

Get Started?

Wake County offers Foster Parent Information Meetings on a monthly basis. Due to COVID, these meetings were moved online and those who were interested could attend virtually. If you’re unable to make it to Hope’s scheduled meetings, or if you don’t want to have to wait until one comes around, click below for more info.

Your Generosity in Action

Each week, Wake County Human Services continues to bless youth and families connected to foster care with the duffle bags that Hope’s people so graciously filled last spring. Here at Hope, we have also had the opportunity to welcome foster families to shop at our Fostering Hope supply closet. The closet is stocked with leftover supplies from both the duffle bag and Project Classroom initiatives. It’s been incredible to see the impact we can have when we come together for a worthy cause, and we are excited at what the future holds for our Fostering Hope ministry. 

We have reopened our Fostering Hope closet at a more central location to better serve families where they are. Click below and sign up to shop at the Raleigh campus, located at 821 Buck Jones Road.

QUESTIONS ABOUT FOSTERING HOPE?