TFI Hosts Successful First Rodeo Fundraiser in Oklahoma

Cowboys Who Care Ranch Rodeo draws more than $10,000 in donations (Kellyville, OK) – TFI Oklahoma and Crooked R Ranch hosted the inaugural Cowboys Who Care Ranch Rodeo on Saturday, June 5 at the Creek County Fairgrounds. The familyevent raised money to benefit local children in foster care and had more than $10,000 in donations and ... Read moreTFI Hosts Successful First Rodeo Fundraiser in Oklahoma

Keeping Foster Care Children Connected with their Grandparents

COVID-19 had created new obstacles for keeping foster children connected with their grandparents and other older family members. However, these ties are too important to lose. Try these suggestions for encouraging safe and rewarding communications. Take Advantage of Technology: As long as you have an internet connection, there are plenty of options for staying in … Read moreKeeping Foster Care Children Connected with their Grandparents

Local Family Highlights the Need for More Foster Parents in Oklahoma

May is recognized as National Foster Care Month Lawton, Oklahoma – There are approximately 8,600 children in foster care in Oklahoma. Through no fault of their own, children are placed daily in out of home care. There are many Oklahoma children in need of a temporary, loving place to call home. May is National Foster Care … Read moreLocal Family Highlights the Need for More Foster Parents in Oklahoma

Local Family Highlights the Need for More Foster Parents in Oklahoma

May is recognized as National Foster Care Month Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  – There are approximately 8,600 children in foster care in Oklahoma. Through no fault of their own, children are placed daily inout of home care. There are many Oklahoma children in need of a temporary, loving place to call home. May is National Foster … Read moreLocal Family Highlights the Need for More Foster Parents in Oklahoma

Local Family Highlights the Need for More Foster Parents in Oklahoma

May is recognized as National Foster Care Month Tulsa, Oklahoma – There are approximately 8,600 children in foster care in Oklahoma. Through no fault of their own, children are placed daily in out of home care. There are many Oklahoma children in need of a temporary, loving place to call home. May is National Foster Care … Read moreLocal Family Highlights the Need for More Foster Parents in Oklahoma

Helping Your  Foster Care Child Exercise When They Struggle with Depression

You probably know that exercise can help fight depression, but how do you help your foster child to move more if they’re experiencing clinical depression? It’s a difficult issue for many foster parents. Follow your doctor’s recommendations and consider these suggestions: Understand How Depression Affects Your Foster Child’s Energy Levels: Exercise may be even more … Read moreHelping Your  Foster Care Child Exercise When They Struggle with Depression