Our Mission

All Saints Church Foster Care Project provides community education, public policy/advocacy and direct services for children and youth who have been removed from the care of their parents to the supervision of the state. The Project recruits and sustains volunteers who serve in public and private agencies or work on special projects designed to enhance the lives of foster, homeless, transitional and incarcerated children and youth.

EDUCATION

To increase public awareness of the crisis many families and youth in Los Angeles County are currently facing in foster care. We do this through activities including advocacy work as well as at events where attendees can stop by and learn more at our lawn table.

SERVICE

To improve the quality of lives of children and youth in foster care, homeless, incarcerated or under the supervision of probation through the provision of direct services to the children or to the agencies serving them.

COMMUNITY ACTION

To improve the quality of the lives of children and young people in foster care, homeless, incarcerated or under the supervision of probation through system changes.

HOW CAN YOU HELP US

Get involved today through our volunteering and donation opportunities below.

BECOME VOLUNTEER

Volunteer as a tutor, mentor, participate in events.

Volunteer

DONATE ITEMS

Donate diapers, bags, supplies etc.

Donate

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Our range of one-time and ongoing volunteering opportunities provide direct services to those in Foster Care. Become a volunteer by clicking the Sign Up button!
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“LOVE HAS NO LIMITS” CAMPAIGN

All Saints Church Foster Care Project is joining our partnering agency, Fosterall, and a network of 1,000 other faith communities throughout Southern California, to address the acute and growing need to recruit foster and adoptive families for our most vulnerable children:, children languishing in the foster care system. Love Has No Limits (LHNL) is a collaborative, multi-county recruitment campaign that will continue through the end of May 2021.

There are more than 40,000 children in foster care in Southern California. Los Angeles County alone has more children in foster care than any other county or entire state in the country. Outcome statistics for these children are horrifying, with significant numbers likely to become homeless, incarcerated, human trafficked, and prone to trauma the rest of their lives. To view a short video on the importance of protecting all our children, follow this link:
https://vimeo.com/503212378/f52337a5db

Faith communities can be the solution to this crisis.

To learn more about fostering and/or adopting and the Love Has No Limits campaign, contact:
inbox@fostercareproject.org

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TAKE THE CHILL OFF LIFE ON THE STREETS FOR HOMELESS YOUTH

My Friend's Place, a resource center for homeless young people in Hollywood, serves thousands of youth who are experiencing even more serious difficulties during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please partner with us to help them through a cold winter on the streets of Hollywood through donations of:

· Sweatpants/Joggers (adult M-XXL)
· Backpacks
· Sleeping bags
· $10 Gift cards - Target,
7/11, Ralph's/Food4Les
· Beanies/gloves
· Headlamps/flashlights
· Rain Gear - umbrellas, ponchos, warmer rain jackets
· Hoodies (adult sizes M-XXL)
· Headphones/earbuds