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FosterClub All-Star, Tamara, Shares Her Story with the World

By emilyfish — Mar 8, 2019

"I feel like I have a voice, and I'm going to use that voice to push that change as far as I can." Tamara Milford , 2017 FosterClub All-Star, shares with Channel 4 News, watch the full interview here. Tamara was placed into care after the death of... Read more

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FosterClub Young Leaders join BPNN for "Voices of Experience" Panel with GAO

By emilyfish — Mar 5, 2019

FosterClub Young Leaders, Eric Warner, and Joseph DeBiew joined Edwin Daye, a Member of the Birth Parent National Network , in a meeting with 4 Congressional offices and federal stakeholders - all in one day visit to Washington, DC! They visited... Read more

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Council Member discusses Fostering Stable Housing Opportunities with Secretary Carson of HUD

By emilyfish — Mar 5, 2019

National Foster Youth and Alumni Policy Council Member, Justin Abbasi , met with Dr. Ben Carson, Secretary of U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD), to discuss how housing stability can contribute to improved outcomes for young... Read more

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Youth Share Why Family Connections Matter

By shannonsymonds — Feb 22, 2019

We asked youth to share how they stay connected with family (including parents & siblings), and why staying connected is important to them. Check out what they had to say, and learn why family connections matter. Interested in contributing your... Read more

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Webinar: Improving Constituent Engagement in Policy & Practice

By emilyfish — Feb 18, 2019

National Foster Care Youth and Policy Council Improving Constituent Engagement in Policy & Practice. Join us for a webinar Thursday, February 21st, 2019 at 10:00 am PST. Register Now FosterClub & Foster Care Alumni of America are pleased to... Read more

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Contest: Foster Love in February

By shannonsymonds — Feb 6, 2019

THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED - THANK YOU FOR ENTERING! The young people of foster care never cease to amaze us. We invited FosterClub's youth to contribute their voice to our Foster Love in February contest by sharing poems and stories of ways they stay... Read more

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FosterClub Statement on South Carolina Religious Exemption for Foster Care Agencies

By APetite1 — Feb 1, 2019

Last week, the Department of Health and Human Services - which oversees foster care and adoption at the federal level - approved a request for child welfare agencies contracting in South Carolina to discriminate based on religious beliefs. This... Read more

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