Foster Home Program

The foster program was created for babies and families who need more assistance then the formula program can give them.

This program only applies to babies whose mothers have passed away and although their families do not want to give their baby up to an orphanage, they need extra assistance while the baby is so fragile and needing 24/7 care.

This program is specially designed for children from the mountains where there is no access to medical care and clean water and which are only reachable by hours of walking on foot. They are placed in our foster family home with plenty of visits from their family to maintain a bond. These children have reunited with their family anytime before the age of 3 and then will receive school sponsorships to give them the brightest future.

 

The Foster home sponsorships are a great way to help so many people. From the nannies and house staff that are being paid fair livable wages to the market ladies where we buy all our food to feed the children and staff, to of course the children who are provided with a safe, happy home until they can be reunited with family- your sponsorship does so much good! We seek $250 a month to cover each child- you can sign up for $25, $50, $75, or $100 monthly. Thanks for being part of the family raising up these little treasures!

 

If you would like to make a one-time donation to the foster care program, you can do so and it will cover whatever needs haven’t been met!

Babies in our Program

Kerwil

Kerwil and his brother Kerson were born on November 9, 2019. Their mama passed away 2 months after they were born. There is no family able to take care of them right now so they are in our foster home. Their daddy and grandma love them so much and are preparing to take the boys back in a couple years. Kerwil smiles all day long and loves being held.

Kerson

Kerson and his brother Kerwil were born November 9, 2019. Their mama passed away 2 months after they were born. There is no family able to take care of them right now so they are in our foster home. Their daddy and grandma love them so much and are preparing to take the boys back in a couple years. Kerson is a quiet child, always observing everything going on around him. He is already so smart!