Our Mission


FosterClub's mission is to lead the efforts of young people in and from foster care to become connected, educated, inspired and represented
so they can realize their personal potential and contribute to a better life for their peers.



 

Meet our Young Leaders

These people are the current and future leaders inside and out of childwelfare. They bring a wealth of experience and perspective that informs everything that is done at FosterClub. 

 

Our crew

These are the people that make FosterClub great! They work tirelessly to improve outcomes for young people in the foster care system. To meet our board click here.

 

History

This is where it all started. One person cared enough for young people to start making real change for every young person that experienced foster care.

 

Partners

We work with an awesome group of organizations who help us on our mission to re-invent foster care.

Check out our blog

Learn the latest from the experts, whether it is our staff or straight from the mouths of youth that
have experienced foster care, there is always something new to learn.


Join our team


We are a fun group of foster care enthusiasts. We work hard and play harder. See if there is a position available that would be right for you.

Announcements


FosterClub Mourns Rep. Jackie Walorski and Two Staff Members

FosterClub extends its deepest condolences to Congresswoman Jackie Walorski's family, friends, colleagues and constituents, along with the family and friends of her two staff members, Zachery Potts and Emma Thomson, following their tragic deaths. Congresswoman Walorski (R-Ind.) was a dedicated...

Statement on Roe v. Wade

A Message from FosterClub Leadership In light of the Roe v. Wade decision, we reaffirm FosterClub’s dedication to preventing unnecessary placement of children into foster care. If you would like to learn more about how the Roe v. Wade decision...

In Recognition of Juneteenth

Today, June 20, 2022, is the first time Juneteenth is recognized as a federal holiday in the United States. On June 19, 1865, enslaved African Americans in Texas were finally told they were free - nearly three years after the...