Treasure Coast One Life

One Life

PLACE OF HOPE BELIEVES ONE LIFE MATTERS

As of August 2017*, over 1,000 children in the Treasure Coast were unable to remain in their homes due to abuse, neglect, exploitation and trafficking. In January 2015, to meet the needs of the community, Place of Hope Treasure Coast launched and is now the fastest growing and largest foster care agency in the region, providing loving homes for children and youth in Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River and Okeechobee counties.

In less than three years, Place of Hope Treasure Coast has cared for over 140 children and youth, placing them into stable and loving foster families; has witnessed 16 adoptions; and has licensed over 50 high-quality foster families!

Our One Life Campaign empowers the community to take action. The number of children being removed from their homes is increasing every day. As the demand for quality family care intensifies, so does our need for your support. Together, we are meeting the physical, emotional and developmental needs of the children and youth entrusted in our care.

Highly Regarded In The Community

“Through love and faith, Place of Hope ensures that children have the security, nurturing and guidance that they deserve. It’s inspiring to see how our community is responding to children in need, giving hope for their bright future.” – MaryLynn Magar, State Representative

One Life Society

When you support our mission and children at any level, you are part of our One Life Society! Our supporters include individuals, corporations, foundations, grants, corporate matching programs and more!  Being a member of our One Life Society makes it possible for our children to continue to heal and grow to become thriving adults. We celebrate you as extended family for providing love, protection and a brighter future for our children.

Society Levels

$1-1,000 Friend
$2,000 Sustainer
$5,000 Guide
$10,000 Advocate
$15,000 Advisor
$25,000 Defender
$50,000 Visionary
$100,000+ Impact Circle

What will you do to change the life if a child in foster care?

To learn more, please contact: Jamie Bond, Advancement Associate.