We are not all called to do the same thing, but we are all called to do something. We are not all called to foster or adopt, but we are all called to CARE.
You can help children and families in need in our community.
- Opening your home as a foster family
- Becoming a forever family for a child through adoption
- Becoming a prayer partner for a foster family
- Supporting foster & adoptive families in practical ways (i.e., providing meals, baby-sitting, household help, finances, etc.) and being part of a Care Team.
Questions? Please contact Kylie@theNPC.org
FOSTER CARE ORIENTATIONS & CLASSES
A Door of Hope – Orientation on Tuesday, 6/18 @ 6:30pm at North Pointe Church
Orientation: Monday, August 12, 6:30-8pm at Idlewild Baptist Church
Class: Saturdays 9am-5pm, August 24, September 7, September 21 at Idlewild Baptist Church. (Must attend all 3 classes)
Click here for more info or to register.
Orientations offered every other Monday in Trinity, Largo, and Dade City
Classes: TBA Based on Registration
Click here for more info or to sign up for an Orientation.
Orientation & Training
Tuesday, 1/22 at NPC
Get equipped to help serve and support foster families in our church and help children in our community.
Contact Janna Wells Janna@theNPC.org or 813.400.7864
Currently there is a need to deliver food donations to Everyday Blessings on Mondays. If you can help deliver once a month or more, contact Bob Crowell at email@example.com or 813.340.0469.
NPC Care Teams help support our foster & adoptive families in practical ways such as prayer & encouragement, meals & family helpers, childcare, etc. Through a partnership with Live the Promise and our friends at Florida 1:27, foster families have a trained & organized team to wrap around and serve as they bring children from hard places into their homes. If you are interested in joining a team, please contact Janna@theNPC.org.
Eckerd Connects is the lead agency for foster care in Pasco & Hillsborough Counties. Orientations & Classes are offered throughout the year. Ready to learn more?