Do you want to help a child in foster care? Every day 1,200 kids enter foster care in the United States. Foster kids need adults who can advocate for them, lift them up when they are down, hold their hands to guide them. Not everyone is in the position to be a foster-parent, but there are still MANY ways to help these vulnerable children.
The incredible organizations featured in this area are ones who offer dignity and purpose to our country's foster kids.
Each organization provides a call to action to our RainbowKids community.
Do you have an old bike collecting dust in your garage? Restore it and donate it to local foster youth. Encourage your friends to do the same. Want to make a 5 year old foster child smile? Grant her wish of a Frozen backback!
Know of a great organization doing good work for foster kids? Let us know!
Let us help you. Danielle Gletow wants every child in the foster system throughout the United States to hear these four simple words. Let us help you. In 2008, Danielle founded the nonprofit One Simple Wish with the hope that everyday citizens could make a difference ...Read the full article
Approximately 1,200 children enter the foster care system in United States every day. They deserve a chance at happiness, belonging, safety and love. At Together We Rise, we want to make a tremendous difference in the lives of foster children by opening our hearts and many more t...Read the full article
Kidsave's Weekend Miracle program gives volunteer host families to older kids stuck in the US foster care system. Through weekends spent together, hosts get to know the kids, support them in their lives and introduce them to their networks. The goal for every child is a life...Read the full article
Trafficking is modern-day slavery with women, men, and children lured or coerced into indentured labor or sexual exploitation. UNICEF estimates as many as 5.5 million child victims fuel this $150 billion industry. Organizations including the National Center for Missing and ...Read the full article
It’s a simple statement that drives the Phased In Project. “We go all out, so they will be all in” is the key phrase used at the Wichita Falls, Texas transitional living program for youth who have emancipated from foster care. In Texas alone about 1,200-1,5...Read the full article
In 2006 Danielle Gletow and her husband became foster parents. Wanting to help children who had been abused and neglected, the Gletows knew they could offer a good home to children. “We felt this was an unmet need,” Gletow said. “We really wanted to give a child...Read the full article