Donations of evening wear needed for ‘Princess for a Day’ event for foster kids
Eugene police are inviting community members to help a foster child feel like royalty by donating gently used evening gowns, fancy dresses, and evening and glamour accessories in advance of the eighth annual “Princess for a Day” event, scheduled for March 4 at Valley River Center.
Anyone with suitable items can donate them by leaving them in a collection box in the lobby of the Eugene Police Department, 300 Country Club Road.Click to read more
Oregon Adoption Information Night (and Webinar)
A Family For Every Child Adoption Agency holds an Adoption Information Session for families interested in starting the home study process at various locations throughout Oregon. By registering for an upcoming meeting in your area you will receive a copy of our Parent Packet to review, a confirmed seat in the session, and a reminder phone call before the meeting. Upcoming information nights are scheduled for:
Tigard, OregonSaturday, December 9, 2017 11:00am
Saturday, March 3, 2018 11:00am
12244 SW Garden Place
Tigard, OR 97223
Online Information SessionSaturday, December 16, 2017 10:30am
Eugene, OregonThursday, January 11th, 2018 06:00pm
A Family For Every child
1675 W 11th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402
To register for one of the in person information nights, please email email@example.com with the date you would like to attend and the number of people attending. Space is limited, so be sure to register now.
If you need assistance with a home study, or prefer to speak over the phone, please call Kim at 541-343-2856.
Featured Family: Roland and Amanda
We are looking to adopt a girl or siblings between the ages of 0 and 12years old, caucasian or mixed background. We are willing to accept minor or medically correctable conditions, a child with special needs such, learning, or developmental delays
Sign Up for the Matching Assistance Program!
A Family For Every Child's Matching Assistance Program is a free program designed to help waiting families become matched with waiting foster children. Our program is most beneficial to families who are seeking to adopt a foster child over the age of seven with special needs. We provide families with resources and assistance during their adoption journey through newsletters, how-to guides, various media recommendations, and more. We provide families with the tools to submit and advocate for themselves, while offering support and assistance during the matching process.
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A Family For Every Child in collaboration with the 15th Night network has created a homestay-style housing program for youth experiencing homelessness in the Eugene area. The program allows youth to finish their secondary education, while experiencing safe, stable and reliable housing. With the help of the 15th Night and the many stakeholders involved in the network, A Family For Every Child seeks to help eliminate youth homelessness in Eugene.
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