Grace Church Opportunities

Grace Church Opportunities

Care Communities

Nationally, 50% of foster families quit either after the first year or after their first placement, primarily because they didnít feel supported. The Care Communities model has been proven to retain up to 90% of those foster parents. Care communities are teams of 6-8 people that wrap around a foster family. They offer emotional, spiritual, and practical physical support. It can be as simple as delivering one meal a month to a foster family, watching a child one time a month, or organizing the team. Volunteers can choose which role(s) fits them best. Care Community volunteers will be assigned a family that is close to you geographically.  
 
In order to be a part of a Grace Church Care Community, or to simply learn more, please register below to attend a 1 hour virtual orientation.

 

CarePortal
 
Help meet the practical needs of vulnerable families in our community through the CarePortal with Hands of Hope. CarePortal bridges the gap between children in need and churches who want to help. The families and needs (ex: home repair projects, bringing groceries, cribs, or bedding) are identified through the Department of Child Services and entered into the database. A Grace representative assesses the needs and communicates the opportunities to you through monthly emails.