Rejuvenating Children in the Foster Care System One Bag at a Time
THE QUEEN OF BAGS
The Queen of Bags at a Glance
A BIT OF BACKGROUND
The Queen of Bags Initiative was created in 2016 in an effort to end trash bags as a mean of transportation for children's belongings when entering the foster care system. I am driven by a single goal; to do my part in making the world a better place for children in the foster care system one bag at a time. I depend on the generosity of friends and organizations across the world to help fund this initiative. With your help we can show children in the foster care system a little love and that things will get better.
The Queen of Bags is a 501(c)3 Non-profit organization with the State of Georgia.
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ONE PERSON AT A TIME
It is important to educate our community on the dire need for more adoptive and foster parents. By speaking to groups, schools, and the community we can raise awareness and begin to recruit more parents for children in foster care.
SHOWING OTHERS THE REASON TO GIVE
The Queen of Bags is dedicated to stepping up our efforts in addressing the need for more adoptive families. Striving to make a difference, and we invite you to learn more and lend your support. Donations are eligible for a tax write off through our 501(c)3.
THE CHILDREN IN FOSTER CARE THROUGH THE QUEEN OF BAGS
By giving the children going in to the foster care system a little bit of extra love with a bag filled with a teddy bear, blanket, hygiene kit, coloring book, crayons, socks, and a small toy, we can rejuvenate these children and give them a sense of hope!
“Everything that is done in the world is done by hope”
WORKING TOWARDS A BETTER TOMORROW
After facing infertility issues, we felt God calling us in a different direction. I never knew I would adopt a child but now that I have I have faced the realization that my baby could have been in foster care had his biological parents not made one of the hardest decisions of their lives. Now it is my mission to help others seeking adoption as well as look out for those not as lucky as my baby that are in the foster care system. God has not only blessed us through adoption but by the birth of our younger son just 15 months after we adopted. I have two miracles and I know God's plan lead me to where we are today. We all have an amazing plan if we can just take time away from the "me, me, me" and "I want this now" and listen to what HE has to say!