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There is a foster care crisis in Arkansas.

There are not enough families to care for the children in foster care.

Today, children are waiting for a home. It’s not their fault.
Imagine the fear and anxiety you would suffer as a result of abuse and neglect.

Now imagine that you have been taken away from everything familiar. It’s scary. You experience deep rejection as you listen to a stranger make phone call after phone call to people who can’t take you in. You are heartbroken.
It is clear that God’s heart is close to these modern day orphans in foster care. He is moving in a mighty way on their behalf in calling for you and me to do something to help children in foster care. God wants your heart to break for these children – His is!

A stable, loving home can make a huge difference in a child’s life. That’s why The CALL is mobilizing the church to do something about orphans. We are working toward a day when every child is placed with a family that is a perfect fit.

What can you do? Foster, adopt, volunteer, or give! Get involved now!

Short film focuses on foster child

ReMoved follows the emotional story of a young girl, removed from her home by child welfare services and placed in a foster home. It’s all seen through her eyes.

The short film won Best Film and Audience Choice at the 168 Film Festival, as well as Best Film at the Enfoque Film Festival, and was an official selection at the Santa Barbara Independent Film Festival.

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Foster Parent appreciation luncheon in Benton & Washington Counties

Bring the whole family and join us on Saturday, July 19, 11am – 2pm at First Baptist Church Centerton, 351 W. Centerton, Centerton, Arkansas. Lots of things for the whole family to enjoy: Catered lunch … Read More

First foster family opened in Pope County

Greg and Day Burns

Greg and Day Burns were the first foster family to open their home through The CALL in Pope County in March of 2014. I have known this wonderful couple for two years and have never … Read More

Grant helps improve presentations

The CALL in Pope County receives a Giving Tree Grant

In April of 2014, The CALL in Pope County was blessed to be a recipient of a Giving Tree Grant provided by The Arkansas Community Foundation in Pope County. This grant will be used to … Read More