Walk Me Home was created for a threefold purpose; generate awareness of foster care, recruit and retain foster families, and to raise much-needed funds to support the programs and services of the foster care associations nationwide. Several states are conducting multiple Walks.
What is Walk Me Home?
Walk Me Home is the signature fundraising and awareness event for foster care in America. We know not everyone can be a foster parent, but Walk Me Home is a great way to support the over 400,000 children in foster care.
How Can I Get Involved?
Your involvement can be simple and quick.
You do not have to attend the Walk to help. You can help right from your own home or you can do your walk on your own time in your local community, just ask friends and family to support you by donating to your page.
Not a Walk Near You?
Consider joining the National Foster Parent Association as a virtual Walker at our next convention. Click on National Walk NFPA Convention for more information.
Problems creating a team or fundraising? Ask for help! Our dedicated Walk Me Home Committee, chaired by Marion Rhines, is here to guide you through the process. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 888-925-5634.
The National Foster Parent Association supports the more than 400,000 children in foster care nationwide through a network of state, county and local associations and support groups that have responsibility for caring for the children who have had to be removed from their birth home.