There Are Multiple Ways to Help

For children already in or at risk of entering the foster care system in Georgia, access to essential resources can mean the difference between long-term difficulties and lifelong success. Help us empower Georgia’s families and transform the lives of children impacted by foster care by getting involved at Bloom today! Here’s how you can help:

Become a Foster Parent

Take the leap and become a foster parent with Bloom – it’s a decision that can change lives. We’re actively seeking compassionate individuals who can provide stable homes, particularly for older children or siblings entering the foster care system together. Your commitment can make all the difference in shaping a brighter future for these vulnerable children.

Donate to Bloom Today

Your contributions to Bloom make a significant impact by enabling us to:

  • Supply foster children with clothing, toiletries, backpacks, shoes, and essential items, offering support to those who often arrive with just the clothes on their backs.
  • Financially assist foster children through various means, including school supplies, and clothing, alleviating the burden on their caregivers and allowing them to focus solely on providing quality care.
  • Offer training and educational resources to foster parents, birth families, and other organizations, empowering them to provide better support and care for the foster children under their guardianship.

See How a Parent and Her Child Were Personally Impacted by Bloom!

Give Your Time

If fostering a child isn’t feasible for you right now, there are still valuable ways to make a difference through volunteering. Your time and effort, no matter how limited, can greatly impact the life of a foster child. Click here to explore the various opportunities available for you to lend a hand.

Find or Host an Event

Inviting a speaker to your next event is a fantastic opportunity to engage your organization or community in discussions about foster care and child welfare. Bloom would be thrilled to send knowledgeable individuals such as social workers, psychologists, or experienced foster parents to share their insights and spark meaningful conversations, raising awareness about the challenges faced by foster children. Contact us here for more information on how to organize a speaker event tailored to your needs and interests!

Considering hosting a fundraiser? It’s a powerful way to support foster children and their families, raising vital funds for essential resources and support services. We can assist organizations in planning and executing successful events that make a meaningful difference. Contact Bloom for more details here!

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