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Foster Care Support Foundation in Roswell, Georgia 30075 (physical 30076) by Rachel Ewald

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About our cause

provide basic care items such as clothing to children that have been taken out of their homes due to abuse, neglect or deprivation. 5000 community volunteers engage together to serve 3000 children each year and help them have a safe and happier life than that of their unfortunate experiences. over 30,000 children served since 2000 with no government funds-all private funds from the communities to make a difference for an at risk child

What population we serve?

FCSF serves children ages preemie to college that are displaced, taken from their parents due to abuse, neglect, deprivation and abandonment.

What success we've already had

since our incorporation in the year 2000, FCSF has serve more than 30,000 children. FCSF distributes more than $10million worth of goods on a mere budget of $500,000. FCSF is community volunteer driven with only 2 full time and 4 part time staff serving about 3000 children annually throughout all of Georgia with over 5000 volunteers

Our primary mission
to provide basic care every day needs such as clothing, toys and safe infant care equipment to children living in foster homes. The homes we serve receive from $0 to $19 per day to feed, clothe and buy all of the toys, books and other basic items
Why should you support our cause

While over 30,000 foster children have been served when someone cared to help, there are thousands more displace children needing to be reached

How the money will be spent

funds would provide support for the 12 programs including a mentorship program being developed to help at risk youth that are aging out of the foster care system, with life skills to lessen the chance at homelessness, joblessness and incarceration. With these funds, more children can be saved.

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