Mission- The Foster Parent Association of Spokane is a nonprofit, volunteer organization that supports foster parents and provides a consistently strong voice on behalf of all children in Eastern Washington.
Probably not. Even the best foster parents, with stable homes and adequate personal and financial resources, are hard-pressed to meet all the needs of a child whose world has been turned upside down by the realities of child abuse and neglect. The state covers a mere 60% of the costs of basic care, leaving foster parents to face a chronic gap.
Yakima Foster/Adopt Support Group meets on the third Tuesday of every month, except Nov. as it falls on Thanksgiving week. We meet at the Four Square Church, 700 N 40th Ave. Yakima, WA, 98908, at 6:15pm to 8pm. Please let me know if you need any child care call Lueta Bishop at 509-469-1013.
Capital Kids Connection collects gifts to give to all of our local foster children. As the holiday season fast approaches, I would urge you to consider your local foster children as the recipients of your generous holiday donation spirit.
Contact Marci Miess at (360)880-5330. The LCFPA, a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization, has served Lewis Co. Foster Parents and the children living in their homes for over 10 years. The LCFPA Outreach Center holds the Clothing Outlet, a fully stocked, free of charge, clothing bank where all sizes of clothing, shoes, undergarment, diapers, etc.
Kitsap Foster Care Association (KFCA) is a non-profit organization formed in 1991. We are dedicated to the foster care system, foster parents and foster children living in Kitsap County Washington. Our membership is strictly voluntary and is made up of foster parents licensed by the State of Washington and other local, private, agencies. We exist to support foster families with first time placements as well as seasoned foster parents.