One of the main goals of our Milton Foster Children’s Fund is to help fill in the gaps for teens in foster care who will be aging out of the system. We are committed to ensuring that we provide them with as many resources and life-skills as we can. Seeing these teens – who have experienced so much hardship through no fault of their own – graduate from high school and have dreams about what their future will look like is one of the most rewarding things we do. We would like to share with you just a few of the teens* who are starting on their path to change the world!
Michelle loves rock climbing and wants to become a psychologist. She also hopes to spend some time in Thailand.
Paul participated in swim team, band, and basketball and loves music, art, movies and skateboarding. He wants to become and architect and an interior designer.
Johnathan was the manager of his high school basketball team and loves playing basketball and football. He is headed to college to major in business and minor in design, with big plans to start his own clothing line.
Shannon loves drawing, singing, and playing basketball. She is going to become a massage therapist.
Amanda is a big Cowboys fan and loves 21 Pilots. She plans on becoming a CNA and eventually a therapist for kids in the foster care system.
*Names have been changed