Child welfare supervisors can sharpen their leadership skills by applying to participate in an online leadership academy for supervisors.
Volunteer with a local foster care program to provide academic enrichment opportunities for young people in your community.
Recognize a person or organization supporting foster youth in your community by writing a letter to the editor of your local newspaper in praise of someone making a difference in the life of a child in foster care.
Help young people in foster care (and their caregivers) develop and improve their financial literacy and money management skills.
Join a youth-led effort to raise funds and public awareness in your community to benefit children in foster care and to fight child abuse and neglect.
Raise awareness through presentations to your faith-based congregation, civic group, PTA or other neighborhood associations. Encourage your community to come together to identify families and resources that help young people in foster care thrive.
Send a care package to an alumnus of foster care who is attending college or donate goods such as suitcases, books, games, computers, sports equipment, musical instruments, clothing and school supplies to young people in foster care.
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