Everyone can do something.
CFK creates pathways for people in all seasons of life with all sets of resources to make a difference in the lives of youth in foster care.
CFK engages churches, groups, and individuals in four ways:
We recruit and train foster parents and help others learn how to support the foster parents in their community.
We recruit and train mentors for older youth in foster care through our Weekend Miracles mentoring program.
We mobilize financial partners to fund programming for foster youth and/or meet needs through gift-in-kind donations.
Click the button to the right to complete our inquiry form. Someone from CFK will reach out to help you understand the best way that you, your church, or your group can get involved.
Sign Up to Receive CFK’s Best Practice Guide for Engaging Your Church in Foster Care Ministry
There is not a “quick start guide” when beginning an foster care ministry as every church and congregation is different. However, CFK has pulled together some best practices when beginning this effort that can help your church leadership see how this type of ministry can work.
What can I do right now?
Prayer is foundational to the work of CFK. As an organization, we are committed to regular, specific, and fervent prayer as we ask for God’s direction in the work that we do and his blessing over the youth that we serve.
Become a financial partner through a one-time or recurring donation. Your generosity helps CFK increase our ability to make a difference.
Collaborative partnership of the For Charlotte Mission Network and Mecklenburg County DSS, uniting churches for the mentorship, foster care and hosting needs of Mecklenburg County.
Congregations for Kids
5835 Executive Center Drive
Charlotte, NC, 28212