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Our mission is to fill the gap for children in need, including those who have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect and other emergency situations.

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This is Phoebe Mae. Our daughter. 

Phoebe Mae came to us Nov 9, 2018. It was a day that we didn’t realize would change our lives forever. I, Brenda, agreed to “babysit” her for the weekend - only to relieve my aunt and uncle. Long story short- she never left.


Phoebe came to us with only a small diaper bag with a few items and a bassinet. It was a tough adjustment, especially having 5 boys and closing the door previously to raising anymore children. 


She has brought so much joy and love in our hearts. A type of love that we never thought we could possess for a child that we didn’t birth. She has opened our eyes to many things in life and it's because of her we have started this foundation. She has been a complete blessing to our family and I know she will be so proud to watch this organization flourish and change the lives of many children. 

                      -Randy and Brenda Magers

On any given day, there are more than 443,000 children in foster care in United States. In 2018, 32,793 Texas children were in foster care. Of them, 38 percent were between the ages of 10 and 17, the ages most likely to be placed at a Group Home. This is not including the children who have been removed from their homes and placed with a relative or family friend. These caregivers do not qualify for any type of help, as foster parents do. 

ReMoved - a short clip about the reality of child abuse. 

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