100 Homes Part 2: “Nah”

Many families are worried that their own children will feel neglected if they foster a child.

While this concern should not be ignored, fostering has also proven to enrich families. Like Jerome in the short film, many children grow to build strong and meaningful bonds with their foster sibling. They also mature to be kinder as they learn to share the privilege of having a home.

According to MSF, there are about 600 vulnerable children hoping to receive foster care. Will you consider opening your home to a child-in-need?

100 Homes is an initiative by the LoveSingapore network of churches to raise 100 more Christian foster families. Help us spread this message so that more children could receive the love and care of a safe family environment.

For more info, visit 100homes.heartbeatproject.sg


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