Christian Alliance for Orphans

Families for Children Conference on engaging faith for foster youth


4KIDS of South Florida is an orphan care ministry that provides protection, provision and permanent solutions – A place to start over for kids in crisis, a place to discover their worth, to develop their gifts, a place that reminds them that they are not forgotten by God.  VISIT SITE  (Champion Level Sponsor)  



FaithBridge Foster Care partners with local churches and communities to create foster care ministries that address their local foster care problem. We work with the church to manage all aspects of the ministry including training, certification and ongoing operational support. In addition, partners with government agencies, aiming to reduce the administrative burden on our foster families. Most importantly, we create within the church a small group network, known as the FaithBridge Community of Care(SM), which provides unparalleled resources and support to foster families and children.  VISIT SITE  (Champion Level Sponsor) 



Florida Baptist Children’s Homes is a faith-based nonprofit organization that provides safe, stable, Christian homes for boys and girls who have been neglected, misdirected, abandoned, abused, or caught up in family turmoil.  The Children’s Homes has been serving abused, neglected, and orphaned children since 1904. We have three major service areas: campus ministries, community ministries, and Orphan’s Heart International Ministry. VISIT SITE  (Champion Level Sponsor) 



At the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, we believe that we have a responsibility to be the voice of foster care adoption, so that every child finds a family. We exist to find homes for children who are waiting to be adopted from foster care in North America. In the process, we work to inform adults who may have misperceptions about foster care adoption that keep them from getting involved. Through the money we raise, we are able to provide free educational resources, promote awareness, assist policymakers and employers, and support adoption professionals and agencies throughout the United States and Canada to ensure that every child finds a forever home. VISIT SITE  (Champion Level Sponsor) 



Bethany Christian Services is a global nonprofit organization caring for orphans and vulnerable children on five continents. Bethany is recognized as a prominent leader in social services worldwide, and we are the largest adoption agency in the U.S. Founded in 1944, our mission calls us to demonstrate the love and compassion of Jesus Christ by protecting and enhancing the lives of children and families around the world.  VISIT SITE  (Sustainer Level Sponsor) 


PROJECT 1.27**

At Project 1.27, our mission is to inspire, recruit and resource churches and families to foster and adopt.   Project 1.27 works with individuals and churches to develop collaborative organizations that work with state, county and private agencies and churches to serve children and families in foster care.  Project 1.27 works with churches to develop an awareness of the unique needs of children and families involved in care, offers resources and events to recruit church families, and encourages and supports churches in developing comprehensive support programs.  Project 1.27 provides Colorado families with state-required foster and adopt training, as well as training for their support team. We equip families to understand, care for and love traumatized children, support family reunification, and when needed provide a permanent home.  VISIT SITE  (Table Sponsor) 



ECFA is an accreditation agency dedicated to helping Christian ministries earn the public’s trust through adherence to Seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship™, which focus on board governance, financial transparency, integrity in fundraising, and proper use of charity resources. VISIT SITE  (Event Sponsor) 


All conference sponsors share a commitment to children in foster care.  **Indicates members of CAFO and meet all membership standards.  All remaining sponsors are businesses and foundations that–while potentially differing on some perspectives or priorities–have joined together for vulnerable children.