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© 2016 Fostering Goodwill
The mission of Fostering
Goodwill is to act as a
resource for aging out
youth in foster care and
assist this population as
they transition away from
the state’s care and
members of society. This
includes educating the
youth about their rights,
informing them about
available resources within
the community and
assisting them in
necessary to be on their
own. This includes
helping them secure basic
needs such as food,
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|- For the first time, research has been done showing that foster care children are in
considerably worse health than other children. The findings also present serious
implications for pediatricians by suggesting that foster care placement is a risk factor
for health problems in childhood. Click here to read this study in the journal of the
American Academy of Pediatrics.
|- Reaching out in kindness could help those who struggle with mental illness: See
the article here.
|- Christmas Wishes 2016: Christmas Wishes 2016 was a success! We served
over 140 youth and 60 of their children. A huge thank you to all of our donors!
|- 2016 GoodGiving Challenge: Many thanks to our
31 donors for helping us raise $3,153 in our first year
participating in the GoodGiving Challenge! Special thanks
to our anonymous donor for their $3,000 match bringing
our overall total to $6,153!
|- Quarterly Youth Meetings: The next meeting will be in March 2017. Date to be
|- Fall 2017 Second Chance Scholarship: Details coming Summer 2017.
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