Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has. ~ Margaret Mead

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Welcome to Florida Foster Care Review!

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    Florida Foster Care Review facilitates comprehensive, individualized case review hearings for children and youth in foster care.

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  • Advocate


    Florida Foster Care Review advocates for policy and practice changes that make a real difference in children’s lives.

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  • Innovate


    Florida Foster Care Review develops and implements innovative approaches to addressing the greatest needs of the children we serve.

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  • Evaluate


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Foster Care Review, Inc. (d/b/a Florida Foster Care Review) is a GuideStar Exchange Gold Participant
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21 hours ago

Foster Care Review, Inc.

Today is #NationalAdoptionDay! We’re at the Miami Children's Museum with Our Kids of Miami-Dade/Monroe, Inc. volunteering & assisting with all the activities & #adoptions today!

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Thank you to everyone who contributed to #FFCR & all the wonderful local #nonprofit organizations that compose our awesome #community! With your help on #GiveMiamiDay2018, we were able to raise $12,000 to help foster children in need! Special thanks to The Miami Foundation!

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Don’t forget about #GiveMiamiDay! Now is your last chance to be a #localhero to children in foster care! Remember, The Miami Foundation will be giving bonus gifts to #FFCR for any donations between $25-$10,000 until 11:59pm tonight! Donate here: bit.ly/2qNKKKw

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Apart from timed prizes & milestone prizes, the next #MatchMinute will be presented by #BankofAmerica at 4pm! They will match gifts between $25 & $100 during this minute! Watch the clock, folks & #doubleyourimpact: bit.ly/2qNKKKw

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#GiveMiamiDay is happening right now! All gifts to Florida Foster Care Review between $25 and $10,000 will be eligible for a bonus through The Miami Foundation. Give Miami Day ends tonight at midnight!

Don't forget, you'll be able to #doubleyourimpact at 10:40am- there will be a #MatchMinute presented by Berkowitz Pollack Brant, where gifts between $25 and $100 will be matched by them during this minute!

Together we can make a difference for Miami's abused & neglected children! #MakeADifference: bit.ly/2qNKKKw

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#GiveMiamiDay is tomorrow! To help connect foster children to permanent adult relationships, consider donating tomorrow between 12:00am and 11:59pm via this link: bit.ly/2qNKKKw. Your continued support will ensure that more children like Taylor* are connected to forever families. Read Taylor's success story, thanks to the help & resources provided by #FFCR:

Taylor was placed in foster care at six years old due to her mother's substance abuse and inability to care for Taylor's medically fragile brother. After two years, Taylor's mother still struggled with drug addiction and her parental rights were terminated. With no adoptive family identified, the case manager sought help from FFCR's Permanency Roundtable (PRT) Program. The foster mother was only willing to adopt Taylor's brother, so the team set out to connect with relatives. The PRT team found Taylor's 25-year old aunt, who lived in North Florida, and included her in the PRT process. They educated her aunt about Taylor's behavioral issues and despite the likely challenges ahead, she was eager to adopt Taylor. The court had concerns about the aunt's young age and lack of parenting experience. Responding to these concerns, the PRT team ensured that the aunt was able to participate in therapy with Taylor via Skype as well as several in-person visitations that were observed by the case manager. Over the course of six months, the case manager and the therapist were confident that Taylor would be well-cared for by her aunt, and the judge agreed. After four years in foster care, Taylor was adopted by her aunt and both are doing extremely well.

*Name changed to protect privacy
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#GiveMiamiDay is tomorrow! Last year, over 20,000 people raised over $10 million for almost 700 #local #nonprofits. You can #makeadifference to #FFCR tomorrow! The Miami Foundation will be giving bonus gifts to FFCR for any donations between $25-$10,000 all day long! Consider supporting #FloridaFosterCareReview in our mission to help abused & neglected children get the resources they need to lead healthy and prosperous lives! Donate: bit.ly/2qNKKKw

Give Miami Day: bit.ly/2OKrrLJ

#GMD2018 #GiveMiamiDay2018 #Facilitate #Advocate #Innovate #Evaluate #TheMiamiFoundationTake part in South Florida's biggest annual giving event! Last year, more than 20,000 people raised $10.1 million for nearly 700 local nonprofits. This year,...
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4 days ago

Foster Care Review, Inc.

Thank you to all of the donors, sponsors, & attendees that contributed to making our 13th annual Claws For Kids luncheon a tremendous success! It is because of you that we can #makeadifference. We would especially like to acknowledge the support of our #DiamondClaw Sponsors Lisa & John Chidsey, Kaisa & Doug Levine, Suzanne & Brad Meltzer, Stephanie & Michael Rosen, and Maryanne Lukacs Esq.; our #PlatinumClaw Sponsors Bay Plumbing, Bilzin Sumberg, The Meltzer Group, The Huntington Consulting Group, and #PlazaConstruction; our 15 #GoldClaw Sponsors and our 7 #SilverClaw Sponsors!

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