Each year 30% to 50% of foster parents make the decision to close their homes to children in foster care due to burnout, stress, and lack of training.
At the same time, the nation experiences a steady 4% increase in children entering into the foster care system each year.
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Our Mission & Vision
We exist to provide support and resources to the foster community, focusing on the Acadiana area.
Our mission is to care for the children in the Louisiana foster system, support the families that care for these children, and educate the community on the needs of the foster care system.
children in Louisiana foster care
foster parents in Louisiana
how many people it takes to make a difference
Hear from those we serve.
“We had two little girls arrive at our house late yesterday afternoon and I cannot thank you guys enough for all the hard work and effort you put into this foundation. The overnight bags they came with made it so much easier knowing they had all their essentials. And both girls were so excited with their new pjs, blankets and everything else!!!”
“Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! For all that you are doing. I have worked for DCFS for almost 14 years and in foster care for over 10 and this is the most love and support I have seen and I just want you to know how grateful I am for what you are doing. You are awesome!!!!”
"So grateful to Foster the Love today!!!! They are there to help us foster families with clothing, shoes and things we needed for our fosters.......it is there to use and we are really blessed to have this service available to us."
Not everyone is called to foster, but everyone can do something.
This website was designed by Alisha Thomas.