Angel Armies would not be able to accomplish our mission without the support of our trusted allies. As we’ve embarked on this battle, we searched the nation for organizations that apply best practices in fighting the foster care and adoption crisis in the United States.
Our partners are dedicated to transforming lives for good. Whether it be a family in crisis, a vulnerable child walking the child welfare path, or a newly adoptive family, our allies offer a holistic solution to solving the crisis at hand.
America’s Kids Belong implements innovative initiatives to help ensure that every child is in a loving home. By first identifying who you are – business leader, faith leader, creative leader, government leader – America’s Kids Belong guides you on what steps to take first. That could mean recruiting more foster and adoptive families, engaging wrap-around support, or helping youth who have already aged out reach their full potential.
In every community, there are children and families at a point of crisis, who need help. In those same communities, there are churches and people who care and want to take action. But what they need is a connection point. CarePortal is an online platform that brings the needs of hurting children and families in your community to your attention.
Chosen helps children heal from trauma by strengthening their families. They serve foster, kinship, adoptive and reunified families. Children who have been harmed in relationship can only heal in relationship. Chosen’s holistic approach addresses children’s mental and behavioral health needs, as well as caregiver and sibling needs. They are relentlessly committed to doing whatever it takes to set children on a path of healing.
Lifeline provides a hope and a future through the gospel for vulnerable children and families around the world by discipling, engaging, and equipping the Body of Christ towards adoption, foster care, orphan care and support.
When God calls you into action, Promise686 wants to walk right there next to you. They exist to assist churches and families meeting the needs of orphans and children in foster care. By providing financial assistance, educational resources, and community support, they fight to reduce adopting and fostering barriers.