Fostering Hope is a heart-warming, charitable team-building program devoted to helping adoptive and foster care kids.
While the dedicated men and women who run our adoptive and foster care systems work tirelessly to find homes for these deserving children, we are dedicated to giving these children the hope and love they need while they wait for a family and home of their own.
Our Fostering Hope backpacks' sole purpose is to gift foster children with items that make them realize their community truly cares about their hopes, their dreams, and their success.
We consulted with Adoptive and Foster Care agencies across the country to come up with the best items to include in our Fostering Hope care packs. We also set up a network to distribute the care packs to these deserving kids.
Your group will start the Fostering Hope team building program with a series of fun, high-energy icebreakers that will have your group laughing, celebrating, bonding, and readying themselves for the fun and rewarding challenge ahead.
Your group will be formed into teams and issued iPads®. The iPads will serve up tasks, challenges, and trivia, including photo and video images that will last a lifetime. The points gained during the iPad activities will be used to purchase the items your team will need to complete their Foster Hope care packs.
Teams will also be tasked with writing notes of encouragement to the children who will be receiving your wonderful gifts.
At the conclusion of the program, the points will be totaled and all of the members of the winning team will be awarded Gold Medals!
We will also make every attempt to have a representative from a local Foster Care agency come to address your group and thank them for their generous donation.
|Collaboration & Accomplishing Common Goal|
|Fun & Engaging Interaction|
|Relationship Building & Networking|
Pricing varies depending upon the number of participants (minimum of 30) and includes all the items in the Care Packages, the team building program, prep, production coordination and all materials, program design, a professional facilitator, staffing and coordination with the charity.