National Foster Care Month: Fostering Healing & Planting Seeds of Hope by Tiffany Zook

Relationships Parenting
2 years ago
National Foster Care Month: Fostering Healing & Planting Seeds of Hope

Foster care. Those two words can’t begin to sum up the job description. Spending time with kids in care is the most rewarding experience. More than caring for children’s daily physical needs, a foster family cares for their hearts, listens lovingly, helps them achieve their dreams, teaches teens to drive, sits patiently at appointments, celebrates birthdays, rejoices over success and cries with them over loss. 

Foster parents bandage wounds both inside and out. They plant seeds of hope, healing and forgiveness. If you are not in a position to foster, be a support to a foster family in your neighborhood. 

  • Offer to babysit.
  • Donate baby equipment, clothes and toys.
  • Plan a play date.
  • Host a build-a-bike for foster kids. 

We can all support the kids in care in our community.

Take 30 seconds and join the 30Seconds community. Inspire ... and be inspired.

Related Products on Amazon We Think You May Like:

30Second Mobile, Inc. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

Foster Care Awareness: How Being There to Listen Can Start the Healing Process!

Bucket-Filling Families Rock: How to Help Promote Kindness & Prevent Bullying!

Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead
Thank you for bringing awareness to this important issue, Tiffany Zook . And thanks for being such an amazing foster mom & person!
Elisa All Schmitz 30Seconds
I love this! Thank you for sharing your perspective and experience with foster care, Tiffany Zook . You are amazing! I am so grateful you are part of our tribe!! xoxo
Meredith Schneider
Thanks for sharing this Tiffany Zook ! When I was little I had two foster sisters in addition to my two older sisters. It was an incredible experience for us but sad to see them leave.
Donna John
Wonderful!! Here's to our foster parents. Tiffany Zook

join discussion

Please login to comment.

recommended tips

Foster Care Awareness: How Being There to Listen Can Start the Healing Process!

Stop Asking Kids What They Want to Be When They Grow Up (They Don't Always Know!)

This Educational Placemat Helps Foster Kids' Independence!

Adverse Childhood Experiences: 3 Traumatic Experiences That Linger Long Into Adulthood

Got 30 seconds? Sign up for 30Seconds.com and get the best of our tips each week!