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How Does Your Donation Help?

$50/MONTH

Provides access for three foster, adoptive, or kinship families each month to join us during our live, virtual 4-week workshops. They will learn directly from our team and get strategies to help their children work through trauma.

$75/MONTH

Provides one foster, adoptive, or kinship family each month with annual access to Finally Home’s on-demand and virtual training membership. This equips families with the building blocks they need to build a healthy house where kids can heal and families can thrive.

$150/MONTH

Provides one Tookit for BIG Emotions to a family each month. The Toolkit helps children and youth with strategies to communicate and understand their BIG emotions. It also includes tools for the caregivers to support the child. Available in Spanish and English. 

If you choose to give monthly, you’ll be joining a dedicated group of donors who receive exclusive impact stories from the families you are helping to support.

Why Give Monthly?

Long-Term Impact

Your monthly donation will allow us to take a strategic, long-term approach to supporting families. As a Home Team member, you will walk alongside us in making a long-lasting impact on children and families.

Beyond Handouts

Finally Home families are looking for support with creating a safe and healing environment for the children placed in their homes. Your monthly gifts allow us to provide families with 1:1 support to help with3 individual needs and long-term healing.

Cost Effective

Monthly giving helps lower administrative costs. This means more of your donation goes directly to where it’s needed most.

Finally Home, a national non-profit 501(c)3, has been training and encouraging foster, adoptive, and kinship families since 2008. Finally Home was created to equip and encourage families as they provide a safe and loving home where wounded children can heal.

The leadership team of Finally Home believes that genuine faith in Jesus Christ is to care for those without families (James 1:27). Many families have stepped up to this calling, and they need support and encouragement. Even with the best of intentions, families can experience severe discouragement in the face of a child’s behaviors that go far beyond the caregivers’ expertise or expectations. A family in crisis will often feel isolated in the midst of their suffering. It is our vision to to serve these families with research-based psycho-education, authentic friendship, and practical help.

“It is our privilege to provide practical support, training, and encouragement for these special families so they can finish the great work they’ve started in welcoming a hurting child home.” – Kristin Orphan, Co-Founder/Creative Director

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