Adopting a Child
There are thousands of vulnerable Arizona children who can’t return home because it is not safe. They need a forever family – a place to be loved, nurtured, and have the same opportunities that other children enjoy. You might be surprised at WHO can adopt a child from Arizona’s foster system. For example, you don’t have to be married, or own a home. You must be 21 years of age. You don't have to be wealthy. You may be the family a child has been hoping for!
Fostering a Child
When a child being neglected or abused, the Arizona Dept. of Child Safety removes the child from their home to insure his/her safety. When the child comes into the care of the state, a loving foster home is needed to help that child through one of the most frightening situations he/she will ever face. Caring people who are willing to open their homes to Arizona’s foster children can truly change the future of a child’s life.
Other Ways to Help
If fostering or adopting is not possible for you, there are so many other ways to help. Everyone can do something. Do you have time to volunteer? Teach a foster child to fish, cook or read? Are you able to financially support one of the numerous non-profits helping children in the foster care system? Can you or your company donate much needed items? Mattresses, cribs, diapers, backpacks, school supplies – the list goes on… Help today!
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