Back To School Supply Drive For Foster Kids

posted by MYFM - Lisa Foxx - 


ECHOES OF HOPE strives to awaken the spirit of hope in the lives of children, youth, and young adults in need by alleviating barriers and helping them reach their full potential. Founded in 2007 by Stacia and Luc Robitaille, the nonprofit has helped thousands of at-risk and emancipated foster youth succeed by providing the resources, love, and support they so richly deserve.

On any given day, there are more than 400,000 children in foster care in the U.S.

 Many of our own Echoes of Hope Youth have been in foster care. The foster care system still has a way to go to, but we can all play a part in fighting for these children's rights.

 Help us support at-risk and former foster youth as they head off to college & kids and teens in need through our school supply and duffel bag drive. 

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Save the Date:

The 8th Annual 

"All in for Hope" Poker Tournament

Saturday, November 17th!

Click on the flyer to purchase tickets now! 

We must become the change we want to see in the world.

~ Mahatma Gandhi

Echoes of Hope is a nonprofit organization founded by Stacia and Luc Robitaille, which strives to awaken the spirit of hope in the lives of children, youth, and young adults in need by alleviating barriers and helping them reach their full potential.  Support Us

Having flown the Earth for 300 million years, dragonflies symbolize our ability to overcome times of hardship. They can remind us to reconnect with our own strength, courage and happiness.


 • We believe in the ultimate worth and dignity of each individual.

• We share unconditional love and develop relationships that change lives.

• We value presenting opportunities to those who would otherwise have none.

• We pursue excellence in our leading and serving.• We are an organization of integrity.

  

Less than 3% of youth aging out of the foster care system in California alone will graduate from college. We're dedicated to changing that statistic, one life at a time.

Brandon Thorson

Former Echoes of Hope youth and law school graduate



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