The CHAMPS Pledge
CHAMPS is a national campaign to ensure bright futures for kids in foster care. CHAMPS — which stands for Children Need Amazing Parents – seeks to elevate the importance of quality foster parenting with policy makers.
The campaign invites all interested organizations and individuals to sign the CHAMPS pledge to show their support for today’s amazing foster parents. The pledge is not a lobbying statement; it simply communicates support for the campaign’s goal of calling policymakers’ attention to the vital importance of quality parenting in the lives of children and youth in foster care. Organizations and/or individuals that sign the pledge will be included on a list of CHAMPS supporters, which is published the campaign’s website. The format for listing supporting organizations is: organization’s full name and state where organization is located (or national). The format for listing supporting individuals is: first initial, last name, individual’s state of residence.
Sign the CHAMPS Pledge.
I/we pledge support for the goals of CHAMPS, a national campaign to ensure bright futures for kids in foster care by promoting the highest quality foster parenting. Specifically, I /we agree that:
- Foster parents are game-changers for children.
- Loving, supportive families – birth, kin, foster or adoptive – are critical to the healthy development of all children.
- Children do best in families, and quality foster parenting is key to helping children heal, grow and flourish
- Quality foster parenting helps children thrive and succeed in school, relationships and in life.
By signing this pledge, I/we am signaling my support for the CHAMPS Campaign.
We invite you to get involved in CHAMPS and be part of building bright futures for kids in foster care.
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CHAMPS is an exciting new policy campaign with dozens of partner organizations working together to highlight the vital importance of foster parents to the health and well-being of children in foster care. Check out what’s going on nationally and in the states.