Tanya’s new family couldn’t afford to ship her toys to their home. Foster Friends made sure Tanya’s toys made the trip.
No matter where life takes him, Nathan will always have the professional family photo of him with his foster brother.
Trevor would be held back if he didn’t learn to read. Foster Friends provided the tutor to get him on track.
Kaitlyn has to change schools often, but with her eighth grade class yearbook, she’ll never forget that her old classmates voted her most likely to succeed!
on 05 Feb, 2021 Posted By techdev
Children have made many sacrifices during the past year. As the Covid-19 pandemic swept the world, everything from playdates to summer camp has been on the chopping block. Not even school, the...Read More
on 01 May, 2020 Posted By techdev
Foster Friends is pleased to announce that the organization has been awarded a grant from FNBO to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) to the local foster care community in response to the...Read More
on 30 May, 2018 Posted By techdev
While we often talk about the numbers of children who are entering foster care, we haven’t addressed the children who are exiting foster care. Foster care is meant to be a short-term...Read More
on 18 May, 2018 Posted By techdev
Foster Friends is excited to announce it has been selected as the very first grant recipient of The Exponential Power of Women 100 Women of Allen group. The $10,700 grant will support...Read More
on 09 May, 2018 Posted By techdev
Most of our work at Foster Friends focuses on providing for the needs of Collin County kids in foster care, but we also like to follow foster care data and look for...Read More
on 26 Oct, 2017 Posted By Renée
This month, we’re reviewing September 2017 CPS data for Collin County. One figure that Foster Friends pays close attention to is the percentage of children in substitute care from Collin County who...Read More