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The Need

On an average day in America there are 120,000* orphans and foster children living in group homes or institutions. Many children believe no one wants them. We tell our precious children they are loved and more precious than all the stars in the sky and their forever family hasn't found them yet. It gives them hope. 


They have a lot of healing to do. Some of their family members trafficked them for discount drugs. 1.3 million* homeless youths are living on the street ----- many were in the foster care system. They struggle to survive. It's critical for communities to come together to help children in critical need.


Fill a Heart 4 Kids...

provides homeless, at risk, at-risk and foster children food, critical necessities, life skills & educational support to empower & Build Brighter Futures 4 Kids!    

Fill a Heart 4 Kids "Goal"

is for homeless youth and foster children theal, feel valued and receive critical resources from our supportive community...4 Brighter Futures!   

Our 4 Kids Community connects homeless & foster children with people who care! 


We Purchase supplies by the pallet so your dollars go further!

We Transform Your Donations Into:

  • 4 Kids Care Packages filled with necessities including birthday gifts and special occasions like holidays or award day for academic attendance and performance for rescued and homeless children that would otherwise receive nothing.  

  • 4 Kids Survival BacPacs complete with immediate basic necessities such as blankets, toiletries, and food for homeless youth struggling to survive.

  • 4 Kids Brighter Futures Programs™ gives kids tutoring, life skills, and cultural experiences to allow them to succeed and give them possibilities for a brighter future!

  • 4 Kids Special Events bring together our volunteers and children in group settings where they can go to a movie, help a child celebrate their birthday, a special holiday, and even "Trunk-or-Treat"!  Community events help children see a different world. It6 helps children who have suffered from neglect, abuse, trafficking, and abandonment. It 

Illinois continues to shuttle kids from group home to group home, including children who are returned by adopted and foster families.  These precious kids don't have a chance to stay long enough in group homes to develop strong friendships or trust.  It's hard for them to learn when they constantly have to adjust to a new environment. Frequently, the children are heartbroken, filled with anxiety and stress when they are forced to go to a new group home and different schools, again and again! Who can heal and learn under these conditions!? 

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