Here are all upcoming events for The CALL around the state.
Please note that many events are for one county only (due to the county-based nature of The CALL’s work).
To find a listing of events for a particular county, find your county here.
This is a time to come and hear more about ways you can help children in foster care in Cleburne County. You can get your questions answered and begin the paperwork process, if you choose. The foster family support group will meet during this time as well.
The info meeting is for all Clark County church members who are interested in foster care or adoption or volunteering to help The CALL in Clark County. We will discuss the need for and requirements to become foster and/or adoptive parents and CALL volunteer opportunities. You can start the process to foster and/or adopt at the meeting. Please enter at the door on Seventh Street by The CALL sign.
Foster/Adoptive Parents & Volunteers WANTED! If you’re interested in opening your home to a child in care or serving God’s Mission for His Children in a Volunteer capacity, please join us for a night of fellowship, information, & prayer! Meal & childcare provided with RSVP. Text Diane by Tuesday, September 5th @ 501-772-2522 & include ages of children please.
We are going to focus on Volunteers! Join us as we talk about the ways YOU can serve in this ministry.
Interested in fostering, adoption or volunteering? We’d love to meet you and provide you with information about The CALL and the process! Please join us at our information meeting–the first step!
(We will meet in the SMALL GROUP ROOM. Once you come into the building you will go down the hallway on the right. Once you pass the double door entry into the hallway, it’ll be the 3rd door on your right.)
Join us to learn more about fostering, adopting, and volunteering with The CALL.
Each month, The CALL of Arkansas County holds a joint Support/Info. Meeting for the purpose of providing support to over 25 foster/adoptive families as well as recruit new families. Our host church provides a delicious meal for all families as well as babysitting for the training portion of the meeting. This training provides 2 continuing education units for the foster/adoptive families in attendance. After the meal, the new families attending to learn more about fostering and/or adoption will attend an Info. Meeting.
Support group for foster and adoptive parents of teenagers. 2 C.E.U. hours may be given. The meeting is held in Room 212.
The CALL Informational Meetings for Prospective Foster, Adoptive and Respite Care Parents, Mentors, and Volunteers
If you are interested in finding out more about how to help children in foster care through fostering, adopting, respite care, mentoring or volunteering in some other way, please come to one of these meetings. In the Information Meeting, you will get your questions answered, hear more about The CALL, the needs of children in the foster system, and many ways that you can get involved in serving them. No obligation. Refreshments will be served.