Ways To Help

Make A Donation

Fundraisers and donation drives provide our foster children and families with school supplies, Christmas gifts, diaper bag supplies, school supplies and much more. If you are interested in hosting a donation drive or fundraiser, please reach out to your local One Church One Child liaison to discuss current program needs. Every little thing helps!

Contact the Recruitment Coordinator in your area

Involve Your Business

There are many opportunities for you and your business to give back to the foster care community. Consider hosting a recruitment event or information meeting at your business for staff or community members, or sponsoring a local recruitment ad in the newspaper, radio or magazine. We are always looking for new ways to partner with community businesses, reach out and we can find a creative solution together. 

Contact the Recruitment Coordinator in your area

Involve Your Church

Your community is home to children in foster care and their families. If you are interested in developing a foster care ministry that advocates for foster care and builds supports for children and families, please contact your local Recruitment Coordinator.

Contact the Recruitment Coordinator in your area

Other Volunteer Opportunities


Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA): Children in the foster care system need someone to advocate for their best interest in court. That person could be you! If fostering is not right for you but you still want to volunteer your time, considering becoming a child’s Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA). For more information and to find your local CASA agency, visit here; casa.org

North Hub

Region 1 & 2

Homes of Hope: Homes of Hope has a wide variety of volunteer positions to serve children in foster care throughout North Central Idaho. Volunteers are needed to help organize and sort clothing donations, help with back to school drives, Christmas for foster children, respite care, and many other things! Volunteer Here

Royal Family Kids Camp: RFKC offers a fun and safe camp experience for children in foster care. Volunteers are needed to serve in a variety of different roles including camp buddies, activity coordinators, and coaches. Learn More

West Hub

Region 3 & 4

Office Moms & Dads: a nonprofit organization, is a community of qualified volunteers partnering with child welfare offices to provide a nurturing environment for children entering foster care. If you are interested in caring for children while they transition into foster care, please contact Sarah Wicks for Caldwell or Cindy Floyd for Boise Learn More

Boise Angels: The Love Box program provides foster families with community and holistic support so that they can continue to do the important and meaningful work of being a foster parent. As a Love Box group, volunteers will be matched with a local foster family based on compatibility and scope of needs. When our families are matched with committed volunteers who show up monthly, parents feel more supported and children gain a greater sense of belonging and self-confidence. Learn More

JEM Friends: provides Hope, Housing, Life Skills, and Community to youth aged-out of foster care! Our vision is that every person (ages 18-22) has opportunities to flourish in a society that understands their adversity and supports them in becoming loving adults. Learn More

Eest Hub

Region 5, 6, & 7

Want to Foster?

Here are the steps and requirements to becoming a licenced foster parent.