Being a Foster Dad

In honor of Father’s Day, Home Parent Dad in The Atherton Home, Brian Wallace, shares the joys and heartaches of being a foster dad: Being a foster dad is very tough and rewarding all in one. I spend countless hours working alongside children, not to raise them under my roof, but rather to prepare them
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Water Safety and Play-acting

Our Home Parents’ job description is over a page long. Yet that barely touches all of the random responsibilities that sometimes fall under the last category…”perform other duties as assigned.” For Home Parent Dad in the Hubbell Home, Jordan Douce, that recently meant acting like he was a nearly drowned child.
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Car Maintenance 101

As Father’s Day approaches, here’s a shout out to our dads who are daily investing their time and talents for the sake of our kids.
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Open House 2017

Sunday, September 10  |  1 to 4 PM
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11th Annual Boots ‘n Bids for Kids

Thursday, October 5  |  Kimball Ballroom, Stephens College
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Field Trip Discovery

The end of May concludes two significant events: the end of National Foster Care month, and the end of another school year. This story, from Home Parent Mom in the Hubbell Home, Violeta Douce, celebrates both:
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A Day In The Life

In honor of National Foster Care Month and Mother’s Day, we wanted to give you a glimpse into a day in the life of a Coyote Hill Home Parent. Mom of The Atherton Home, Mandy Wallace, shares about a typical school day with a home full of foster children:
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Veterans United Foundation Donates $100,000

Coyote Hill Christian Children’s Home is $100,000 closer to building a new 5,500 sq. ft. home for children in foster care thanks to a donation from Veterans United Foundation. With the Foundation’s donation, Coyote Hill’s fundraising goal of $600,000 is nearing the halfway point. Coyote Hill Christian Children’s Home provides a professional, yet traditional home
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Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.