Get Involved | Arrow Child & Family Ministries | Foster Care & Adoption
Helping Kids, Strengthening families
PARTNER WITH US TO IMPACT LIVES
Find the area of service that best suits your talents or resources, then help us make an eternal difference in the lives of the thousands of children and families we serve each year. Reach out to us using the form below if you would to like to volunteer!
Without God’s blessing on our efforts…we labor in vain. Cover our children, families and staff with requests for God’s protection, guidance, provision and wisdom.
There are many ways to make a difference in the lives of those we serve. Collections for Back to School, Christmas parties for foster kids, or other ways to make a difference
Help connect your church leadership so we can share the need for more Christian foster families, or establish a foster/adopt ministry at your church.
CONNECT YOUR CHURCH
You won’t know if being a foster parent is your calling if you don’t check it out. Go to an info meeting to learn how you can make an eternal difference in the life of a child.
Part time fostering is a wonderful way to serve in the role of a foster parent. Provide our full time foster parents a break by taking their foster kid for a day or two while they recharge.
Older youth in our care need your guidance and wisdom. Help them build life-skills, plan for a future career and build a solid foundation for their fast approaching adult life.
Consider donating a professional service. Every donated service frees up funds that can be used to directly impact our service delivery to kids and families.
Our monthly support partners allow us to consistently provide our ministry programs with the critical resources needed to fulfill our mission.
Our first priority in all programs is care and safety. We make an active and intentional effort to prevent child abuse, including verbal, physical, emotional or sexual abuse, through implementing strict child safety protocols.
Arrow Child & Family Ministries is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and is funded in part by The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services and The Maryland Department of Human Services.