ASK YOUR CANDIDATES TO SIGN THE PLEDGE!
In BC, approximately 700 youth age out of the foster care system each year. If elected to government, candidates become their “public parent”, responsible for their wellbeing and success.
Are your candidates ready to be the public parent to 700 nineteen-year- olds?
We invite all candidates in the 2017 British Columbia Provincial Election to demonstrate their commitment to the success of youth aging out of foster care.
Fostering Change is delighted to announce our Small Grants recipients!
As of today, 41 newly elected MLAs have signed our pledge for youth aging out of foster care.
We want to give a big thanks to ALL candidates who signed the pledge, and we look forward to working with them in the future.
The three major provincial party leaders were asked about how they'd support youth aging out of foster care. Watch as they responded.
How will the major parties in BC support youth in and from foster care? We've summarized their platform commitments.
What questions should you be asking your provincial election candidates about how they'll support youth aging out of foster care? We have a list.
What happens when youth from foster care turn 19? In BC, approximately 700 youth age out of the foster care system each year on their 19th birthday.
On Thursday February 9, 2017, Kris Archie, Senior Manager, Fostering Change initiative, and Ashley Crossan, an amazing member of our Youth Advisory Circle, spoke to CBC’s Early Edition.
In 2016, we asked how much British Columbians want to help Write the Future for youth aging out of foster care. Thanks to you, we feel ready to make 2017 a year of meaningful change.
New study says a basic support fund will cost province less in long run, reports CBC Vancouver.