My Father’s Arrows, Inc., founded in 2014, is a faith based, community driven, public charity that was birthed out of a longing to serve the children in our local foster system in a greater way by providing common permanency and a greater potential for success. By targeting the high risk, high volume population within our local foster system, and focusing on meeting this vulnerable group’s most critical needs, My Father’s Arrows is creating systemic change that not only impacts the youth served, but the community at large.
The mission of My Father’s Arrows, Inc. is to provide needing children with safe, permanent, loving Christian homes where they will develop into lifelong servants for our Lord Jesus Christ, and live as responsible, educated, law abiding citizens with great promise and hope for the future.
Dignity – We believe that every person is valuable, and deserves to be treated with dignity, courtesy, respect and consideration for their individuality. Integrity – We will adhere to high Christian moral and ethical principles in our choices and relationships. Objectivity – We will use unbiased, creative thinking to guide our actions and reactions to best promote our organizational goals. Service – We will treat our children and peers with compassion and demonstrates a servant heart with kindness and diligence. Accountability – We will promote an atmosphere of transparency that will produce corporate accountability and yield a high level of trust in our organization.
My Father’s Arrows - What We Do
We facilitate, encourage, and publicize the need for foster/adoption/mentoring of special needs children. We inspire and educate community members that otherwise would not have considered serving these children in such capacity. We coordinate resources for special needs foster children that will enhance their quality of life and assist them in maximizing their potential for independence while meeting their unique challenges. We provide a home and family for the foster children who are most difficult to place in our children’s home, “Mama’s House”.