The Day I Cried Over a Backpack

Britley Little, our Volunteer and Community Outreach Coordinator, hosts various events throughout the year for our foster families. Read about our Back – To – School – Bash and how one back pack made her cry! This week I cried over a Vera Bradley backpack. One of the events I plan each year is our Back-To-School…

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Phillipians 4:13

Elsie was prompted to foster children because she realized the need for it when she was in training for respite care. She discovered that there are children in Oklahoma who need a consistent and stable home, something she could provide. Elsie explained that the Lord has shown up in her fostering journey in many ways,…

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How is Anna’s House handling the COVID-19 Crisis?

How is Anna’s House handling the COVID-19 Crisis? Keeping kids safe is a 24/7 job and Anna’s House takes this responsibility very seriously. As new CDC guidelines emerge each day, we are taking precautions to keep children and families safe. Many parts of our job require face-to-face meetings including court dates, family visits, and home…

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A Foster Mom’s Perspective

To Ashley, the best part of being a foster parent is being there with children as they experience big events for the first time. Ashley is a teacher, and she saw some of her students were at risk of being removed from their homes and school. Ashley knew she had to do something, and the…

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