As we wait for our communities to return to "normal," healing does not have to pause. Even now, 4KIDS therapists continue to meet with children and families virtually. National Foster Care Month may be almost over, but our work is not. Join us!

In April, half of the calls made to the National Sexual Assault Hotline came from minors. 4KIDS also placed double the amount of kids in foster homes as compared to March. Unfortunately, child abuse and neglect will continue to rise as social distancing guidelines continue. Kids in crisis need us to see them now more than ever.

Take a look at Sara’s story. She and her little brother needed a loving foster family recently, but there was none available. May is National Foster Care Month. Will you help 4KIDS advocate for the lives of kids like Sara, and ensure their hope for tomorrow?

You won't see these stories in the news, but despite the global pandemic kids are continuing to face abuse and neglect right in our own backyard. 4KIDS has been able to find a loving home for some, but not all. Please watch and continue to share about this need in the community.

Even now, foster families are still opening their homes to kids in crisis. From Broward County to the Treasure Coast, here are three stories of kids that have found refuge with a loving 4KIDS family recently.

As the uncertainty in our world continues, they are kids who are not safe in their homes and are coming into foster care. They need you to be hear their stories, be their voice, and advocate for them.

Now more than ever, kids in our community need a place to belong and people to love them. Watch and learn true stories of children and teens recently removed from their homes in South Florida.

Watch and discover three very REAL stories of kids removed from their homes in our community just last week. In this uncertain time in our world, kids in crisis need us now more than ever. Can you help spread the word?