OCTOBER 15-21, 2023
Let's appreciate those who take care of our most vulnerable children
Inviting nonprofits, faith communities, groups and individuals to show radical love-in-action to child welfare workers across the country.
Child welfare staff experience extremely high rates of burnout and turnover. Community support can make all the difference.
National Hospitality Week is a collaborative effort between organizations dedicated to children and families impacted by foster care to say a big “thank you!” to child welfare workers across the country.
You and your team can pick a day to support child welfare workers anywhere in the US.
A child in foster care is four times more likely to find permanence with one social worker versus when there is turnover.
- The National Center on Crime and Delinquency
Let's Celebrate Child Welfare Workers
"People won't know what the need is until we bring light to certain situations." — Portia