Faith Based Partnerships

Region 3

Whatcom, Skagit, Island, San Juan, Snohomish County

Comfort Bag Ministry

Comfort bags are for children who must go into out-of-home care or to care in a relatives’ home because their birth families are unable to safely care for them for a period of time. Children benefit from basic personal and comfort items during this upsetting and often urgent time of transition. These bags are collected and distributed in partnership with the local Children’s Administration Office. Read More
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Royal Family Kids’ Camp is a one week resident summer camp especially designed with the foster child and other at-risk children in mind. These camps are part of a growing network of camps nationwide which are all sponsored by a local church. The camping experience is geared for success, recognizing the needs of abused, neglected and abandoned children.
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Cascade Church Orphan Care Ministry (Monroe) strives to raise awareness of the dire need for Christians to step forward and care for our most vulnerable children…those in the foster care system and those available for adoption. They desire to be a “hub” to connect you with others who have “been there—done that!”. Their hope is to provide many resources, specialized teaching & training, and valuable support as you seek to care for the modern-day orphan. They want you to know that you don’t have to walk this path alone.

 


 

 

Region 4

King County


Hope Alliance for Kids
Hope Alliance for Kids is a faith based non-profit corporation created to provide support and services to at risk youth with an emphasis on foster children and their families. It is a community outreach program of Eastridge Church in Issaquah.

 

 

 


Region 5

Pierce, Kitsap County

 

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Compelled to Care   In Olympia serves  foster and adoptive families through building community, training and providing opportunities to serve foster kids. Being a foster and adoptive parent is exciting and messy because it’s like bringing the mission field into your home. Being the hands and feet of Jesus and caring for the most vulnerable takes endurance. It requires community with others doing the same thing because you cannot sustainability do this alone.