California Announces Guaranteed Income Pilot Projects for Former Foster Youth
Survey Shows Frustration with Foster Care from Within The System
A new national survey of the people involved in the child welfare system paints a dismal picture of the state of foster care.
Billionaire MacKenzie Scott Supports Child Welfare, Youth Justice Organizations
Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott's foundation recently donated billions of dollars to over 400 organizations.
‘New Government Benefit’ Providing Cell Phones to California Foster Youth Made Permanent
Thousands more California foster youth between 13 and 26 will have the opportunity to receive free cell phones with online access following a Thursday vote by California’s public utility commission.
Grocery Chain Rounds Up $250,000 to Help Foster Youth in Seven States
Weis Markets, a grocery chain that operates in the Mid-Atlantic states, presented a $250,000 check this week to the iFoster Hope campaign.
Free Phone Plans for California Foster Youth Likely to Become Permanent Program
The national nonprofit iFoster's free cell phone program has recently been evaluated by state officials with the Public Utilities Commission, which is recommending a $10 million ongoing investment and making the offering a permanent fixture for foster youth in California.
A New Study Highlights Promising Jobs Programs for Foster Youth
A Pop Tart Tribute to Human Rights
In late December, the nonprofit iFoster hosted its inaugural Great iFoster Bake Off, a national Zoom-hosted competition where foster youth and caregivers teamed up to decorate holiday houses made out of Pop Tarts.