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Building Realtionships

Building Relationships To Help Young People Achieve Their Full Potential

Relationships make the world go round. Exploring the concept of relationships can be overwhelming but in this article, we will try to make it simple to understand how building relationships can help youth to achieve their full potential. To get started, let’s explore what is an interpersonal relationship. This term refers to the association, connection,

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Foster Care Mom

Foster Care Grants Are Helping to Improve Child Welfare

Every day thousands of kids and young people suffer from abuse, neglect, or don’t have a safe place to call home. In most cases, when children aren’t safe with their parents, or they can’t be placed with relatives, foster care is the preferred option. It can help maintain family connections and cultural traditions that can minimize

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Child Abuse Prevention Month: Building Community To Increase Protective Factors

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. This month, the Children’s Bureau in the Administration on Children, Youth, and Families encourages communities to increase awareness about child and family safety, permanency, and well-being. To develop prevention strategies, researchers have identified numerous risk factors, but also preventive factors to avoid violence in the lives of children.

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Kids at Schools

School Dropouts: How Communities in Schools of Spokane is Helping Kids

Education is a fundamental human right. It is the foundation that enables children and adolescents to grow, develop and gain the knowledge, values, and skills to obtain economic independence, play an active role in the communities, and reach their full potential. However, research has shown that students with marginalized backgrounds limit their enthusiasm for school

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2022 Grant Awards Announcement

Ten Inland Northwest charities receive grant awards from Believe in Me to benefit marginalized children in 2022. A total of $134,306 has been granted to ten regional nonprofits from Believe in Me, a foundation for kids. [Read More]

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Volunteering: A New Year's Resolution

Volunteering: A New Year’s Resolution

It’s the New Year, and everyone is making resolutions. For many people volunteering is on their list of things to do in 2022. Volunteering has many benefits, but it also requires commitment. Believe in Me takes volunteering seriously and offers volunteer opportunities that are meaningful for people who want to make a difference. Believe in

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Name Change for Morning Star Foundation

Name Change for Morning Star Foundation

We’re Changing Our Name! To help the public distinguish between Morning Star Boys’ Ranch and Morning Star Foundation, Morning Star Foundation announces an organizational name change to “Believe In Me”. Both entities operate separately and independently of one another. All questions pertaining to this announcement should be directed to the contacts below. About Believe In

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