Have a Few Hours?
Become a respite care provider. Give periodic relief to foster families in your area by watching the foster children in their care while they go to the grocery store, take a child to an appointment or simply to provide a night out for our wonderful foster families who need personal time to replenish.
Mentor or Tutor a child or teenager. With the constant changing environments these children have often seen extra academic support is needed.
Encourage business leaders in your network to support current foster families. Wether it is with discounts specific to foster families, posting stickers on their doors showing support of the campaign for foster families or hosting informational presentations by the Oklahomafosters team.
Organize a donation drive (clothing, baby essentials, school supplies, luggage or more). The precious children entering state care often come without any essentials. Donations can be made to the following organizations who partner with us to care for the immediate needs of these precious children.
Volunteer with any one of our partners supporting foster children in Oklahoma
Request that a representative from OklahomaFosters attend or speak at an event your organization is hosting.
Ready to change a life?
Support a current foster family.
There may be a family in your office, congregation, childs school or right next door who is a current foster family. This family could use support in many different forms of support from encouragement, babysitting at times, mentors for the children in their home and more.
Become a CASA Court Appointed Special Advocate
CASA volunteers are trained citizens appointed by judges to represent the best interests of our children in foster care.
Take a courageous step to greatly impact of foster children as well as your own life. Children are in care by no fault of their own and deserve a loving family every day. Call 1-800-376-9729
or click here
to sign up to receive further information.
*Oklahoma currently has a great need for families and individuals willing to care for teens, children with special needs and keeping siblings together.