HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA

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We always have a need for foster parents for children of all ages, infant through eighteen. Different children have different needs, so the more families we have the better the match we can make for our kids and our foster families. Singles, couples, alternative lifestyles; all are welcome to make the call to change the life of a child, teen or a sibling group. Feel free to call Jennifer at 610-799-8929 or send an email to jennifer.kirsch@kidspeace.org to learn more about our program and criteria/process for applicant foster families.

Address: 4807 Jonestown Road, Ste. 241 Harrisburg, PA 17109
Phone: 610-799-8929

You can make a difference in the life of a child.

ReMoved

“There is a definite need for foster parents in your area.  If you are thinking about becoming a foster parent please take the time to watch this video about foster care from a child’s perspective.” 

2020-2021 | Oct. 2020 to March 2, 2021 in quick review

In the past five months our office has celebrated two children being able to return to their homes with their parents after less than a year in foster care and four adoptions that allowed four children to find their forever homes with their foster families. While every adoption has a very special place in our hearts, these four adoptions were extra special. The first adoption allowed a sister to become forever family with her two older sisters who were already adopted by the same family and the second adoption was for the little brother of the three girls who was adopted into the home of the girls’ adoptive family’s dear and very close friends. The on-going connection that these four children will have is priceless; the two families vacationed together over the summer and spent some special time together over the holidays. The third adoption was of a young boy who has found his forever home with a family that has chosen to continue to include his grandmother in their lives, such a remarkable gift for everyone involved!! In addition, one of our older teens was adopted by his foster family; permanency at age 16 is a true gift and this young man definitely appreciates that. Another one of our older teens (age 17) was discharged from foster care into the care of his foster parents as guardians. Both of these families are so pleased to have their boys out of the system and officially a part of their families.

Adoptions are Forever

The Weaver Family

The Helman Family

Weaver & Helman children

Weaver & Helman children

The Tucker Family

The Whisner Family

The Miller Family

The Miller Family

What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.

Jane Goodall

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