In Utah, there are roughly 2,700 children in Foster Care at any given time
10-20% are babies younger than one year
12 months is the average time a child will spend in Foster Care
Approximately 1/3 of children in Foster Care are over the age of twelve
We actively work to meet the needs of foster and adopted children in and around our community. Although our programs can change as needed, our fundamental goals stay the same.
Clothing and Basic Needs
We provide clothing, shoes, coats, backpacks, toys, diapers & wipes, baby accessories and other essentials, at no cost to families. By supplying much needed items to youth in the foster care community, we help create a sense of comfort and normalcy during a very difficult, uncertain time. In the process, we also hope to create genuine connections and provide support to families.
During the school year, we provide children and teens with some of the supplies required for them to succeed. Learning is a critical part of growing up, one that the children we serve often miss out on. It is our goal to provide them with notebooks, pencils, folders, binders, books, backpacks and more.