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Ministry Partner Fostering the Family

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On October 5, 2019

ABOUT FOSTERING THE FAMILY

Fostering the Family exists to assist, support and recruit families in their call to foster and adopt by mobilizing and equipping the local church to strategically care for each family physically, emotionally and spiritually. Their vision is to see every church in the state supporting at least one foster or adoptive family.

HOW WE HELPED

Emmaus Road Partners utilized our years of ministry and fund raising experience to help Fostering the Family with their first fundraising banquet. The banquet was an overwhelming success with over 150 ministry partners attending and pledging over $40,000 to help the ministry grow. We also provided encouragement, counsel and accountability as the leaders faced numerous challenges.

Without Twig and David’s expertise, guidance, and encouragement, the banquet would have never happened much less been a resounding success and a huge boost to this ministry! Also, it is wonderful to have someone to call and discuss how to handle the challenges of a small and growing ministry.

Kim Trainer

Fostering the Family

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