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.



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.



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.


Letter to Congress: 149 National and State Orgs ask to Extend Lifeline for Foster Youth

As national, state, and local organizations - along with young people with lived experience in the foster care system - that are dedicated to the well-being of young people in and from foster care, we write to urge Congress to...

Former Foster Youth Like Me Face Eviction as Pandemic Drags On; Congressional Champions Introduce Life-Saving Extensions

As the pandemic drags on, young people from foster care are continuing to struggle with employment, school and housing instability. The pandemic relief provided by Congress for older youth from foster care has been making a huge difference in helping...

PRESS RELEASE: As New COVID Variants Spread, Proposed Chafee Extension Bill Casts Lifeline to Foster Youth with Additional $400 Million in Funds

Increased Flexibility in Spending for States Supports Older Youth Transitioning out of Foster Care during Pandemic