This past weekend The Call opened the doors of the newly renovated house for the first of many PRIDE training weekends. The training was a success and several families are now on their way to being foster parents. A successful weekend for The Call!
New foster families means more homes available to the 100-plus foster children in White County. New foster families with children means a need for things such as toys and clothes for the new little ones. Because of this need, The Call is opening The Call Boutique to serve as a place for foster parents to get items they need for their foster children.
We are asking for people to donate the following items:
- Furniture — Along with child furniture we’re looking for a podium or small table and an easel
- Fall/winter clothes in good condition (no holes, stains, or smells) for children of all sizes (preemie through teen sizes)
- Underwear, socks, and pajamas NEW and in the package
- Formula and baby food within date and unopened
- Diapers and wipes
A large drop box is located outside of The Call House at Union Valley Baptist Church, 932 Hwy. 64 W. in Beebe. To donate larger items contact us through the blog, Facebook page, or by phone to arrange a meeting.
To find out more about how to donate or fostering, contact county coordinator Leigh Ann Johnston at 501-593-4850 or check out the Facebook page, The Call in White County.