Foster Parent & Teacher Wish Lists

There are many, many people doing amazing things, mostly funded out of their own pocket. We have a heart for Foster Parents AND for Teachers. Foster parents often get a child with very little notice and will need supplies. The supplies usually do not come with the child, unfortunately. Children most likely come with just the clothing on their backs. Examples of necessary supplies are feminine products and deodorant for a teenage girl. Or diapers and formula for an infant. Most of this comes out of the foster parent’s pocket, even day care expenses! They expect to pay some, but it can certainly add up.

And Teachers! The amount of money you spend on your classrooms is staggering. When a teacher says “it is like Christmas” when they get #2 pencils for their students we are shocked, but that is the reality for many classrooms.

Please join us in supporting Foster Parents and Teachers who give so much. If we can lighten their load and ease their financial burden a little they will be more likely to be set up for success! Click their Amazon Wish list link and help us clear some lists! If you have any problems at all please message us or email [email protected]. THANK YOU!

There are many, many people doing amazing things, mostly funded out of their own pocket. We have a heart for Foster Parents AND for Teachers. Foster parents often get a child with very little notice and will need supplies. The supplies usually do not come with the child, unfortunately. Children most likely come with just the clothing on their backs. Examples of necessary supplies are feminine products and deodorant for a teenage girl. Or diapers and formula for an infant. Most of this comes out of the foster parent’s pocket, even day care expenses! They expect to pay some, but it can certainly add up.

And Teachers! The amount of money you spend on your classrooms is staggering. When a teacher says “it is like Christmas” when they get #2 pencils for their students we are shocked, but that is the reality for many classrooms.

Please join us in supporting Foster Parents and Teachers who give so much. If we can lighten their load and ease their financial burden a little they will be more likely to be set up for success! Click their Amazon Wish list link and help us clear some lists! If you have any problems at all please message us or email [email protected]. THANK YOU!

Foster Parent Amazon Wish Lists:

Annie Cornell

Rachel Rochester

Ashley Adair

Dani Brewer

Ann Marie Miller

Teachers Amazon Wish Lists:

Mrs. Grant

Teaches students with disabilities grades 9-12

Lake Shipp

Teaches 9th grade Algebra 1 in Mississippi

Marie Deardurff

11th year teaching, but 3rd year as kindergarten. Columbus, OH

Alex Brown

5th grade Special Ed
teacher in NYC

Natalie Lewis

8th year teaching
in Arkansas

Taylor Hinton

6th Grade
Social Studies

Mrs. Stockstill

3rd grade teacher in Kansas City, Missouri

Laura Hogue

PreK teacher for the 3rd year. Title one school in Mississippi.

Dayna Crawford

Teaches STEM to 500
students K-6th grade

Kelly Johnson

4th grade teacher at
a Title 1 school in Delaware

Kandus Dakus

Teaches 3rd grade at
a Title I school.

Kelsey Montgomery

First grade teacher at a
public school in New Orleans

Kam Meredith Strmac

High School Teacher in Beaufort
County, South Carolina

Angel Kerrigan

Speech Therapy Pathologist at a
charter school in New Orleans

Kellie Allman

First grade
teacher

Mrs. Hood

Second grade
teacher

Rachele Emberton

New K-6 Librarian
in West Memphis

Brooke Caldwell

First grade teacher at
a school with no library

Claire Gray

Kindergarten teacher
in Monroe, LA

Sheila Dempsey

Special Ed teacher
in New York

Jill Zahourek

New second
grade teacher