Your contribution to Foster Kinship is tax deductible. Foster Kinship is a tax exempt organization classified as a public charity and recognized by the IRS under section 501(c)3 of the tax code. Our tax ID is 45-4242425. We sincerely thank you for your generous support.
Check: You can write a check made out to Foster Kinship and send it to: 4344 W Cheyenne, North Las Vegas, NV 89032.
Hard Goods: We are always in need of diapers, wipes, baby formula, canned goods, new/used cribs and beds, new carseats, new/used baby items, and new/used books and toys. Drop off at 4344 W Cheyenne, 89032 M-Sat between 10 AM- 4 PM or call to inquire about pick-up.
Quick and Easy Ways to Support Our Future: Foster Kinship has benefited from the generosity of people who remembered this important organization in their estate planning. Such support is extremely important to us and is greatly appreciated. Click here for the four ways you might consider including a gift in your plans.
Volunteer Your Time: If you live in the Clark County area, volunteering your time or skills may be an option for you! There are opportunities to volunteer one time, such as to share your expertise with a kinship caregiver support group, or to provide ongoing support. Please apply here or call (702) 546-9988 for more information.
Foster Kinship partners with Peggy’s Attic. If you have gently used clothing, please consider donating to the Attic. Drop off at 701 N. Pecos (enter off Bonanza just before Family Court).
Foster Kinship is a newer non-profit in Clark County – and there is simply no other organization in the state that does the work we do. After six years we can demonstrate a proven track record of client success. We are increasing our sustainability through cultivating individual donors and on-line social media fundraising, and we post our 990s online. We are accountable. Even though at this time we operate on a far smaller financial scale than many of our cohorts, we work well within our own budgets and are growing sustainably. While have won several small grants in the past years, like most non-profits we do not rely solely on grants for the work we do.
We extend needed services and help to our clients, and are endorsed by the fact of our partnership with Clark County Department of Family Services and our consistent presence in the city as direct help givers and as partners with many other non-profits. We are an advocate for our kinship families in several radio and media appearances, and we helped administer a “State of the State Survey” in collaboration with UNLV in order to understand the kinship population in Nevada. We are here to stay, and we welcome feedback regarding ways we can demonstrate to you our short but successful start.
IRS 501(c)(3) Determination Letter: 454242425_501c3_Letter
2017 Annual Report