Project Birthday

Project Birthday was formed to ensure that every child, teen and young adult in foster care receives a cake & gift on their birthday. This initiative provides a Birthday cake, candles, and gift to all youth and young adults in foster care between the ages of 1-21 on their actual birthday!!!

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High School Graduate Program

The High School Graduate Program (HSGP) has been established by the EACH Foundation, Inc., through the One Child – One Congregation (OCOC) Initiative, to assist High School Graduates who are currently placed in the custody of the Forsyth County Department of Social Services (FCDSS).  The program was established to help children in foster care with the financial needs associated with high school graduation.  This is done through sponsorships primarily from the local church community, but also from other organizations and individuals willing to assist.

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One Church-One Child Program

EACH Foundation Inc. strives to bring betterment to the world and lives of youth in foster care residing in Forsyth County by supporting their journey to independence. Our founder, Lily Alexander, is a former foster child who truly understands the needs associated with “aging out of the system”. She has ten years of experience working with and helping foster children. She is a Guardian Ad Litem and is working closely with the Department of Social Services to meet the needs of children in care.

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Financial and Housing Assistance

Help a child in foster care get the financial and housing assistance they need to thrive by supporting our foundation. EACH Foundation, Inc. can change lives with your help by accepting donations and discounted housing options. Our program helps to bridge the financial and housing gap to ensure that their basic needs are met.

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Educational Assistance

Support EACH Foundation, Inc. to help provide educational assistance that youth in foster care need. Through the COLLEGE-Bound Program, our goal is to bridge the gap educationally for kids in the 7th grade and higher, preparing them for the college experience. Preparations are also being made to add a college sponsorship program for children completing the COLLEGE-Bound requirement.

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