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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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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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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The 11 Hour Trip to the Mall

What was supposed to be an exciting trip to an indoor water park in Kansas City ended many hours later as a simple trip to a pet store and Columbia Mall.  When you have a home full of 11 people, like The Atherton Home, you experience “the best laid plans come to naught” saying almost
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Overnight Fun – St. Louis!

“We had such a great time in St. Louis with the kids! Our first day in St. Louis we went to church and then headed to The Magic House, and our second day we spent at the Science Center.
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A 2016 Success Story – Finding Family

Coyote Hill provides long term stability for children and sibling groups until they can find permanent placements, either through reunification or adoption. As 2016 drew to an end, three brothers received the gift of a forever family through adoption.
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Expanding Perspective – To Ecuador

In December, our children were blessed with an “it is more blessed to give than to receive” opportunity. Relief Home Parent Dad, Jordan Douce, and his wife Violeta from Ecuador came up with the idea. Violeta explains:
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Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.