Make a difference in the life of a child in foster care! Every effort counts towards improving the lives of these children.

About Us

Foster Hearts was founded in June 2020 to provide our communities' foster children with a childhood that all kids deserve. Our board consists of alums and current foster parents, and community leaders who are passionate about helping youth in foster care and foster parents. We serve any child experiencing foster care who resides in Whatcom, Skagit, Island, Snohomish, and San Juan Islands.
Our Mission

What We Do

Foster Hearts provides personal items and life-enhancing opportunities for children in foster care who reside in Whatcom, Skagit, Island, and Snohomish Counties. Providing them with belongings and experiences to call their own. This is accomplished by providing foster children in our area with basic items: food, clothes, hygienic products, school supplies, extra-curricular experiences, and more.

Foster Hearts’ vision is to improve the well-being of children while they are in foster care and to educate our community about the foster care system. With increased well-being and awareness, we hope to achieve our goal of every foster child having a normal childhood and an abundance of foster homes.

Kids Served
Care Kits
Holiday Assist
how we do it

Be A Part Of Something Important

We are thankful for our donor community and could not do this without them.

Our funding comes from:

  • Financial Support primarily from individuals, businesses, and through private grants
  • In-Kind donations from individuals and corporations
  • Community Volunteers


Collectively, they have over 30 years of foster parenting experience. This coupled with their professional experience has helped them to become the strongest threads woven into the fabric of fostering in Western Washington.

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Join Us Right Now!

There are many ways to make a difference in the life of a child in foster care. You can volunteer, do a donation drive, donate, become a foster parent, or advocate for policies that improve the system. We’re here no matter what.

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