Walk Me Home for FPAWS Fundraising Event
Join FPAWS and Brennan Mayfield's Thrivent Community and show your support for Foster Families in WA State. Event includes a Community Resource Fair at the Silver Cloud Point Ruston Hotel.
By: Foster Parent Alliance of WA State
FPAWS and Brennan Mayfield's Thrivent Community is proud to bring this Walk Me Home Fundraising Event to your home and in-person. The Walk Me Home Fundraising Event is a great way to spend time with your family and share the wonderful sights of Point Ruston's boardwalk. This walk will support the foster parent education program, specifically the foster children attending. This will cover the cost of meals for 200+ foster children over the span of 3 days, supporting families who attend the Pacific Northwest Caregivers Conference in November 2021.
Join us and support Foster Families and enjoy an early afternoon walk with your family or team. Optionally, You can sponsor this event as a business or a friend. To register your team or as an individual and for more information, go to: www.fpaws.org/
FPAWS is excited to work with Walk Me Home in affiliation with the National Foster Parent Association (NFPA). Together FPAWS and NFPA with more than 50 years of making a difference in the lives of foster children. The proceeds from this event will directly reduce the cost for caregiving families attending the November 2021 Pacific Northwest Caregivers Conference, held at Great Wolf Lodge. Foster, adoptive, and kinship families receive vital training to support and care for the children placed in their homes. FPAWS has served foster, adoptive, and kinship families for 50 years. FPAWS Programs include Support Hotline, virtual and online Support Groups, Policy and Program Development committees, Family Time Visitation program, and virtual and in-person Education Conferences.
Join us for this incredible fundraising event to support foster children. Bring your family, loved ones and friends. Register for this event here www.fpaws.org/
Foster Parent Alliance of WA State