Silver Sage Foundation’s Teen Project Unit collected clothes to be donated to Hannah’s Closet, a donation drop off and distribution location ran by Fostering Hope which is a ministry of Hope Church in Las Vegas. Fostering Hope supports foster families in various ways. Fostering Hope supports foster children from age 0 to 18, and they also have special programs helping them beyond age of 18 until 21 with the ‘Step Up’ system.
Our volunteer Teen Project youth has been gathering donations from the locals of Las Vegas. And they dropped them off at Hannah’s closet on Tuesday, 19th of January so that those clothes could be distributed to the foster care families. With the initiative named, ‘Coat Drive’ our hard-working teens collected scarves, gloves, boots, coats and hats. We sincerely hope that these clothes will make the cold winter season easier for the foster children.
We applaud our Teen Project volunteers and generous donors for this kind act. And we also give a special thanks to Fostering Hope, especially Donna White who answered our questions patiently and sincerely. For more information on how to help foster children, please visit: https://www.fosteringhopelv.com/
Donna White (Manager of Hannah’s Closet and Care Community Director) answered our question on the Foster Care system such as how many foster children are in Las Vegas, how can we interact with them or support them and what happens when they turn 18.