A guest post from our friend and colleague Jamie Lee Evans, director of the Y.O.U.T.H. Training Project, reviewing Pixar’s new movie The Good Dinosaur from the perspective of a former foster youth.
It’s not every day that one gets to attend an 800th birthday party. But we got to do just that with our friends celebrating the Dominican Jubilee!
Reflections on our gathering for foster youth at Grace Cathedral last week focusing on religion and spirituality.
We eagerly anticipate the opening of the Foster Youth Museum exhibit at Grace Cathedral.
Watching our first mentor team working on their garden together reminds Rebecca of the joys and challenges of being a mentor herself.
How the high cost of housing in San Francisco is putting extraordinary stress on the foster care system.
The scene: The parking lot of the Oakland Coliseum. Two priests, a woman in a tutu, a handful of youth, 200 hot dogs, a small charcoal grill, a cooler full of sodas, and a rainbow flag.
Great news! Our Cards of Hope program that was a great success at Christmas is being extended year-round to celebrate children’s birthdays as well!
I grew up in a small town in Tennessee, attending the local public elementary school. I was one of a handful of kids in my class who competed with each…