We're all Better Together.

Why?

Children are better in families.  Science confirms what we know in our hearts:  left alone or outside of family care, children suffer life-long impacts.  But with the stability, love and permanency of a forever family, children can thrive and fulfill their highest potential.  We work to ensure that every child's right to a forever family is fulfilled, and we change the systems that hinder this. 

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Who?

Everyone can be part of the Better Together team.  Individuals & families, agencies & organizations, community groups & religious congregations, small businesses & large corporations -- there's a way for each of us to make a difference.  We recognize the power of a collective effort, and so together with committed people like you, we become the hands & feet, hearts & minds that work in unison toward our common mission.  Read More...

How?

Your projects + our projects Better Together.  Better Together fields mission-driven projects with partners who are experts in their domain.  People like you register your own B2 Projects, and commit a percentage of the proceeds to go to the Better Together projects.  Individuals and organizations  contribute time & talent through their B2 Projects, and help choose which mission-driven projects to invest in.  Everybody wins. 

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Featured Project

Our newest Better Together project is a  series of short films for a chidren's home in Ecuador.  We're working with a filmmaker to produce several short films that will draw attention to the challenges -- and the beauty -- of life for kids living outside of family care.

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Backing Backpacks

Say your kids want to help other kids in need. So they set up a lemonade stand, register it as a B2 Project, and designate a percentage of their fundraising to go to the Better Together Backpacks Project. Now kids in foster care can carry their stuff in cool backpacks, rather than trash bags.