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Princess for a Day
March 01, 2020
2020 will mark our 12th year of providing foster and community children alike the opportunity to experience a day of pampering and fun. In 2019, we catered to more than 250 “princesses” and we expect to surpass that number in 2020! This is a regal gathering for all the children in the land. This event is to celebrate the children both in foster care and not by giving them the royal treatment. This includes being pampered, adorned in a new outfit fit for royalty, and a fancy tea party.
April 24, 2020
Registration is underway for the 2020 Eugene Marathon, April 24-26th, 2020! Run for a Cause by registering and joining A Family for Every Child’s team. Meet your fundraising goal and Run for FREE! Take in Eugene’s sights and sounds and run in the full marathon, half marathon, or 5K. Kids ages 4 and older can join in the fun with the Duck Dash! Sign up today! Full schedule available on EugeneMarathon.com.
Hero for a Day
June 06, 2020
This action packed day shows all children the hero that they can become. Bring your child to meet their favorite heroes. This day includes activities and visits with firemen, police, doctors, lots of dogs and so much more!
Heart of Country Festival
September 13, 2020
Please join us Sunday, September 13th at Alton Baker Park in Eugene for our 4th annual Heart of Country Festival! Enjoy music from local bands, food from local food trucks, and wares from local vendors while dancing the day away. More details to come!
Information Nights (Eugene Office)
Are you interested in taking your first step towards adoption?! Please join us for our adoption information night! This is where you can learn about the general process of adoption and get all of your questions answered! There are a couple options every month!
Come into our Eugene Office for an friendly in-person Information meeting! Please RSVP for more information!
Information Nights are 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:00pm to 7:30 pm – this is in our Office
Adoption Support Group
Monthly meeting for family's at any stage of the adoption process; from just thinking about it to already finalized, everyone is welcome. We will discuss pertinent topics regarding the adoption process, challenging
behaviors, expectations and lot more. This will be a great opportunity for adoptive parents to meet and share ideas.
Sunday, June 16, 2019 at Old Nick's Pub in Eugene
KMTR News Featurette – Princess for a Day
March 3rd, 2019
Our 2019 Princess For A Day event has been our most successful one yet with 400 girls, most of which are in foster care, enjoying a day full of royal pampering alongside their favorite Disney princesses. Thank you to our community, volunteers, and those who donated for making this amazing event possible each yearRead More
KEZI News Featurette – Princess for a Day Donation Drop Boxes
January 9, 2019
As we prepare for our Annual Princess for a Day event, we rely on our community for their support and donations and in this case – Princess style clothing and accessories. The Eugene Police Department has been a long-time supporter of our organization and events and one of the ways they show their support is by hosting one of our Princess for a Day Donation Drop Boxes. KEZI joined our efforts this morning by spotlighting our Princess for a Day donation drop box (see video) located at the Eugene Police Department.Read More Princess for a Day
A Family for Every Child | December 11, 2018
We at AFFEC are honored to work with many families and even more amazing volunteers. Please take a moment to check out our latest video highlighting a few of these amazing people. We could not do what we do without each of you!
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Register Guard | October 28, 2018
In 2014, when Woods mostly was living on the streets, she was one of 20,524 students in Oregon identified as homeless by public school officials. During the 2016-17 school year, the most recent year for which data is available, 22,541 students were identified as homeless — about 4 percent of the overall K-12 student population in the state.Read more