Ways to Support Foster Children In Clark County

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10 Ways to Support Foster Children In Clark County

Raise Awareness

Find ways to share information with others about the needs of children in foster care and encourage them to support kids.

Donate Hard Goods

Donate clothes, backpacks, and school supplies to Peggy's Attic (a donation center for foster children).

Sponsor a Child

Support our community partner organizations who work together to host special events for the foster children who are under the care of Department of Family Services.


Commit a few hours a month to volunteering at Child Haven or help with a sibling preservation event through the Sibling Preservation Program.


You can help shape a child's future for the better by becoming a mentor through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Nevada.

Court Appointed Special Advocates

CASA volunteers are dedicated and committed advocates who provide a voice for children in care.

Volunteer Education Advocate

Help advocate for a child's educational needs through the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada.

Become a Recuitment Ambassador

Help recruit people you believe would make great foster parents for a child in need. Encourage them to attend a foster care information session.

Provide Respite Care

Provide respite care for other foster families by having a child placed in your home for up to 2 weeks.

Become a Foster Care Parent

Provide a child in foster care with a safe, stable, and nurturing home.