The Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation is hosting a virtual walkathon to raise funds for Keys To Success, which provides support and “individualized career planning, education and employment development services … [to] youth aging out foster care.”
The Birth Center Equity Fund is running a COVID-19 Safe Birth Access campaign “to increase access to freestanding birth center care during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.” The group’s mission is “to grow and sustain birth centers led by people of color” across the U.S.
Bundles of Hope diaper bank in Birmingham, Alabama, is looking for extra donors to help support the delivery of Quaratine Baby Kits to local families in need.
The Fort Smith Children’s Shelter is sending “virtual hugs” to raise funds for its housing for foster care children with emotional or behavioral issues stemming from neglect and abuse.
Every Child Oregon is seeking groceries, toiletries, baby items, gift cards, and other things for children in foster care throughout the state.
Haven of Grace, which provides shelters and classes for homeless pregnant women and new mothers in St. Louis, is hosting a virtual fundraiser through May 13.
The Junior League of New Orleans is collecting diapers and menstrual supplies.
Marin Foster Care Association. In the San Francisco Bay Area, the Marin Foster Care Association is hosting a virtual dance-a-thon on May 8 and 9 to support formerly-in-person initiatives that continue during the COVID-19 pandemic, including providing takeout meals, grocery gift cards, and delivery diapers and school supplies to foster families and cash support to people who have recently aged out of the foster care system. It’s also implementing virtual community programming.
Moms of Marieville in North Providence, Rhode Island, is collecting funds for home-delivered lunches for kids in the area.
New Moms Chicago needs donated food, diapers, formula, baby wipes, and household cleaning products and financial donations.
Relief for Refugee Women’s Network. Donate to the COVID-19 Relief for Refugee Women’s Network fund to help provide refugee families around Atlanta with food and other basic necessities during the pandemic.
Spence-Chapin New Jersey has “set up a fund to provide critical supplies to the orphanages we work with abroad, groceries to birth families living in New York and New Jersey who have worked with us in the past, and ongoing coaching and supportive programming for children and families connected to adoption.” More information here.