Welcome to our Foster Kids Charity Snack Bags Program!
At our charity, we understand the challenges that abused and foster children face on a daily basis. Often times, these children find themselves waiting for extended periods of time at courtrooms or child protective services offices, enduring the uncertainty and stress that comes with their circumstances. Unfortunately, hunger becomes an additional burden they must bear during these difficult times. That's why we created the Foster Kids Charity Snack Bags Program—to provide these vulnerable children with a comforting and nourishing solution.
Our snack bags are carefully curated to offer a delicious and convenient snack experience. Each bag is filled with a selection of treats that not only satisfy hunger but also bring a smile to their faces. Inside, you'll find a variety of snacks such as crackers, apple sauce, and a cereal bar. We also strive to include an extra touch of joy by adding small surprises like a coloring book or a small toy to keep the kids occupied and engaged.
However, the demand for these snack bags is ever-growing, and we rely on the generosity of people like you to help us make a difference in the lives of these children. Your contributions towards our program are invaluable and allow us to continue providing these essential snack bags to those who need them the most.
With your support, we can make sure no child goes hungry or feels alone during their challenging journey through the foster care system.
Additionally, we understand that some individuals or groups may prefer a more hands-on approach to support our cause. If you're interested in making a tangible impact, we invite you to become one of our dedicated volunteers. As a volunteer, you can help prepare the snack bags off-site and bring them to us, ensuring that we always have a sufficient supply to distribute. Your time and effort will go a long way in bringing smiles and much-needed relief to these children.
Whether you choose to contribute financially or donate your time, your involvement in our Foster Kids Charity Snack Bags Program will make a significant difference. Together, we can provide these children with a simple yet meaningful gift—a snack bag filled with nourishment, joy, and a reminder that they are not alone.
Join us today and become part of a compassionate community that is committed to brightening the lives of abused and foster children. Your support is crucial, and we are incredibly grateful for your consideration. Together, we can bring hope and happiness to those who need it most.
How to Donate
Are you ready to bring in prepared food bags or snacks for food bags?
Feel free to drop off donations to our office at 12830 Hillcrest Rd, Suite 111, Dallas, Texas, 75230 anytime between 9am-5pm. Please call Raul for drop off or pickups:
Due to a large number of allergies towards certain ingredients, please:
no peanut butter, no nuts, no spicy flavors, no chocolate candies or plain chocolate bars (or any snacks that easily melt in the Texas heat).
"Your snack bag program has been a great resource for our CPS caseworkers and the children they serve. This need was never even talked about until you started providing this service for us. Now our workers can't imagine what they would do without them.
I was recently in the office when a caseworker removed seven children all from the same family. They ranged in ages from 15 years old to a set of 18 month old twins. As you can imagine, it was a very upsetting situation for all of the children. It took time to find appropriate placements for all of the children. The children had to wait at the CPS office while these arrangements were made. I was in the front office when the worker walked up holding the hand of the 3 year old who was crying and saying he was thirsty. I suggested she just grab him a handy snack bag out for the drawer before I realized they were all gone. I was shocked to see how big the need was. We ended up finding a left over Capri Sun with no straw that we were able to give him.
These snack bags go a long way to make children more comfortable during such an upsetting situation. It helps other children to be able to focus on their family visits after a long day at school. The State does not have the resources needed to provide this service. We appreciate all that you do to make our jobs easier and the lives of these children more comfortable."
CPS Volunteer Coordinator