End of Year Giving | Foster Love
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One Last Act of Kindness in 2023

Don’t let children in foster care be left behind and forgotten. They have seen things most of us can't even imagine. But you can be the one to show them that the world can still be a kind and compassionate place. Your donation brings more than just resources - it brings hope. Make a tax-deductible contribution today.

Our Collective Impact

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Your Generosity Creates Change

Together, we are supporting the most vulnerable children in our communities. In 2023, we’ve brought resources to over 150,000 children in foster care and can still help a few more before the year ends.

Consider Planned Giving

Your commitment to helping the community can extend past your lifetime. Learn how you can transform lives and make a lasting impact on foster youth for decades to come.

Leave A Legacy

Frequently Asked Questions

What is End of Year Giving

End-of-year giving is a campaign that many nonprofits participate in to help their cause and remind their supporters of tax incentives they may benefit from.


Where Does Your Donation Go?

Foster Love values every donation that comes in and believes in transparency. Learn where your donation dollars will go here. 92% of every donation goes directly to supporting foster youth.


How does a tax-deductible end of Year Donation work?

The tax code for donations to charities has changed this year. Under the pandemic relief program, you can take a deduction of up to $300 for contributions made in 2023, even if you don’t itemize on your income tax return.

Previously, only personal taxes filled with itemized deductions versus using the standard deduction form would qualify for charitable deductions. The new “universal” deduction is taken “above the line” and can reduce your adjusted gross income by up to $300 when you donate the full amount allowed.