He is the Father to the fatherless.
Adoption, fostering and caring for children in need is an amazing gift; not only to the child but to the family who is blessed with a child. We believe there is no greater expression or display of the gospel. It is, however, a journey with many challenges.
Jeeah’s Hope is grateful for the Lord’s provision and financial support from generous believers who have also answered the call to help care for the fatherless. Through the Lord’s abundant provision we offer matching grants and covenant loans. We also offer financial support to families fostering children when a need arises.
If you would like to partner with us in helping a family, please consider donating to Jeeah’s Hope.
If you would like to apply for financial assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Support and Events
Jeeah’s Hope hosts monthly fellowship nights (Coffee, Conversation, & Care) for adoptive and foster mothers in any phase of the journey. The purpose of these meetings is to build community and friendship among women going through similar situations. Whether you have been home with your child for years or are considering adopting/fostering, this meeting is for you. You were never meant to take this journey alone. Please join us!
Jeeah’s Hope also offers quarterly events where families come together for support and fellowship with other adoptive families. The benefits of families coming together in person is invaluable. Not only are families able to connect and build friendships, but so do the children. Our kids need to know they are not alone just as much as we do!
Each year, we host the Empowered to Connect simulcast. This two-day event presented by Show Hope and the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development is ideal for adoptive and foster parents, those considering adoption or foster care and those who are serving and supporting others, including social workers, agency professionals, teachers, church staff and ministry leaders, counselors, therapists and others.
All attendees receive a certificate of attendance that can be turned in to your agency for training purposes. This conference is approved for 11 continuing education credits (5.5 hrs on day one and 5.5 hrs on day two). Partial credit hours can be provided if you can not attend the entire conference.
Are you in need?
Jeeah’s Hope would like to help families who are struggling. The call to adopt, foster or care for children in need can seem hopeless at times. The heart of an orphan or hurting child can be difficult to understand. We have resources, counselors and an amazing community of people who have walked where you are walking. Please email email@example.com if you are in need. We would love to listen and help!
Support along your journey is available. Click here to see our upcoming events or sign up for our mailing list.