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Caring Child

More times than not, when a youth enters into foster care they come to their foster family with just the clothes on their back.

Many situations prevent children from bringing clothes, toys, stuffed animals, blankets or any other "comfort" items to a new foster home. The Clothing Closet at Resources of Hope is vital in helping children feel loved while easing the burdon of this initial impact to the foster family.

Our Programs

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Helping Hands

Each year over 606,000 children are in foster care in the United States.

Over 21,000 of those kids are in Indiana.*

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."

Jeremiah 29:11

Mother with Twins

AR, Foster Parent

We received 2 kiddos with nothing but the clothes on their back. They not only helped with clothing, socks, underwear and toys, they offered to go above and beyond and got us in touch with another resource that helped us out tremendously. Thank You ROH!!!!

Holding Hands

DK, Foster Parent

The foster/adoption world can often be a lonely one. It’s nice to know there’s someone in your corner, who’s always there to support you. No matter what you go to Resources for, you’re always greeted warmly, compassionately, and generously.

Mother and Sons

SW, Foster Parent

The kids were thrilled and put on a fashion show with all their “new” outfits. As I sat there looking through all the clothes and toys that were such a blessing to our family, I was overwhelmed with the assurance that we are not in this alone.

HUGE Thank You to our Community Partners.

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