At HeartShare St. Vincent's Services, we believe in keeping you aware of news and events throughout the agency. Be sure to visit our Events Calendar for important upcoming dates that may be of interest to you.
Donating to a foster care/adoption agency is directly supporting the children who need families. Donating is not necessarily paying for the care of the child, but helping fund the dreams of the child. Not all children are born into loving families and with donations from supporters like you, we are able to help those children learn new skills and achieve their goals.
Mentoring a child aging out of the foster care system can be a great benefit for their future job prospects. Having someone to look up to, to talk to, and to learn from can help them to stay motivated and encourage them to pursue higher education and ambitious careers.
Teaching your own children about foster care and adoptions help them to understand other children who may be going through foster care.
Families are often very open about discussing the foster/adoption process. Many of these stories are very emotional, and learning about a family’s experience will give you new insight into the process works.
The events put on by local foster care and adoption agencies celebrate young people and their achievements. Many youth do not have large families or supportive adults around them, so showing up makes them feel valued, appreciated, and loved.
Share foster care and adoption stories to raise awareness about the joys and challenges of foster care/adoption. We’ve all cried while watching “Little Girl’s Priceless Reaction To Adoption News” on YouTube. So go ahead, cry, learn about those who have gone through the process.
Our newsletters help you stay informed on foster care/adoption news, upcoming events benefitting youth, and how you can help all year long. Sign up on our homepage.
The Archibald Project is a great resource for anyone interested in learning about adoption and foster care. Through beautiful storytelling, they help care for orphaned and vulnerable children.