Monetary donations are great but every gift counts. There are several non-traditional ways to help us build connections for youth in foster care.
Donor advised funds (DAF)
Donate stocks, crypto, or DAF here.
When your company gives to Adoption Center, you’re declaring your shared mission to help youth in foster care thrive.
Sponsor an event
Sponsor a media appearance for a young person who’s seeking a forever family
Donate products or services to a raffle
Organize an employee engagement event
Join our board
If your business is interested in supporting our work, we’d love to hear from you.
Most needed items include:
Individually-Packed Baby Wipes
Notebooks & Composition Books
Two-Pocket Plastic Folders
Zip Lock Bags (Gallon & Quart)
Dry Erase Markers
Electric Portable Pencil Sharpeners
Be a part of our fundraising team and help raise money so we can continue our work. Here are some of our supporters’ favorite fundraising ideas:
Sell event sponsorships
Solicit raffle items
Start an office donation drive
Request donations in lieu of gifts for birthdays, weddings, or anniversaries
Hold an event at your home, favorite bar, or church
Host a bake sale
Create an online giving page
Drop us a note if you’d like a hand creating your own fundraising event.
It takes a lot of helping hands to build connections for youth in care. And there are plenty of opportunities to help.
Events Support: Provide support for adoption events and/or special fundraising events throughout the year.
Administrative Support: Answer and log emails, scan files for digital archive, and other administrative duties.
If you're interested in learning more about these or our Corporate Volunteer opportunities, head to our contact page and send us a note.
We’re currently recruiting responsible adult mentors who want to build long-term meaningful relationships with youth in care.
As a mentor, you’ll:
Provide social, developmental, and emotional support to youth at risk of aging out of foster care.
Serve as a resource to young people as they learn to take on adult responsibilities.
Help mentees develop the skills to cope with strong emotions, stress, and anxiety.
Get to know your mentee through weekly check-ins and attending our events.
Interested in being a mentor? Connect with our team to get started.
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