There are several great ways that you can be involved ion loving people in our own community. Please complete the form below to get more information.
1. Care Portal
This ministry supports families who may be in danger of their children going into foster care due to poverty issues (not neglect). If they can be helped through this instance, they will be more likely to keep the children in their home. If interested in being a part of this Love Local ministry, let us know.
Various ways to be a part:
- Core team that gets/finds the items (would get additional training)
- Those who deliver items
- Those who connect and pray with the families for delivery
Research has shown that there is a massive connection between child welfare and sex trafficking, the prison system, poverty, and homelessness. The foster care system is ground zero for helping to keep these children from moving to these other areas as they get older.
2. Pray about becoming a foster family.
We have partnered with The Villages to help people become foster parents and get the required training.
Villages’ Evansville Office
100 N. St. Joseph Ave., Suite 200
They offer a one hour informational meeting.
Thursday, April 29 and May 27, 2021
Register HERE or call their office at 812-434-2956 to reserve your spot!
Click HERE to go to The Villages frequently asked questions.
3. Become a part of a CFC Care Community.
Our Care Communities come along side existing foster families to support them.
Being a foster parent can be hard. Having the support of a Care Community can make a giant difference. Care Communities are teams of 5 or 6 people who are assigned an existing foster family and they provide meals, child care, household chores, run errands and more.
4. Serve with Borrowed Hearts Foundation.
Borrowed Hearts mission is to lead the efforts in which every foster family attains the rights to clothing, hygiene, development, and a loving support system.
Click HERE to view Borrowed Hearts website.
5. CASA- Court Appointed Special Advocate
The mission of Vanderburgh County CASA is to support and promote court-appointed volunteer advocacy in the community and to serve as a child’s voice in court. Right now there are 350 children waiting for a CASA volunteer.
There are virtual informational meetings periodically. Please call the CASA office at 812-424-5825 to get a Zoom invitation sent to you.
Click HERE to view the Vanderburgh County CASA website.
Click HERE to apply to volunteer or view their frequently asked questions..
6. Serve as needed in upcoming opportunities.
CFC will continue to Love Local. If you have ways you would like to serve or if you would like to be kept up on how you might be involved, fill the form out below.