Meet the Forgotten
The foster care community exists because the brokenness in our world affects family relationships.
Children removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect become part of a larger community that includes agency workers and foster parents who work to protect and care for them, with the goal of reuniting them with their parents.
Biological parents, who often struggle with choices they have made in their lives, and older teens, who will soon or have already aged out of the system, are considered to be vulnerable adults and are also a part of the foster care community.
These individuals in the foster care community often feel forgotten and alone. The Forgotten Initiative is passionate about changing this.
It is not that the church doesn’t care about the foster care community, its that the church doesn’t necessarily know how to help.
~ Jami Kaeb