DONATE GOODS/SERVICES USING OUR EASY WEBSITE

FTSG keeps our overhead low by using this website as a “matchmaking” service between generous members of our community and foster children and families in need. Here's how it works:

Click here to start your FREE account. (We will not share your personal information with anyone for any reason not required by law)

Use your account to let us know you have new/nearly-new items or services to offer an area foster child or family. There are any number of things you can give that will make a direct, positive difference in the life of a child or foster family:

  • Appliances
  • Furniture
  • Salon services, including hair styling and mani-pedis
  • Prom dresses
  • Orthodontic care – provide services to one child for one year
  • Martial arts lessons
  • Music lessons
  • Musical instruments
  • Home repairs: carpentry, plumbing, electrical
  • Toys
  • Books
  • Tutoring
  • Mentoring
  • New glasses or contact lenses
  • ...and more

After you have registered your offer, our staff will be on the lookout for a “match” – a child welfare professional who has registered with us to ask for just that good or service for an area  child or family in their care. When the match is made, we will put you in touch directly with the child welfare professional who made the request to arrange for delivery or for you to meet and serve the child and/or family.

Note: FTSG doesn't have a truck at this time, and for the most part we do not offer pick-up or drop off services. In some rare instances we are able to find a volunteer with a truck who is willing to help. If you want to donate a larger item and have no way to get it either to us or to a foster child/family in need, please contact us and we will do our best to help you!

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