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  • 2019 Christmas Magic

    We will be delivering a little Christmas Magic to 350 foster children who are in group homes, residential treatment centers, and inpatient mental health care in our region. We need your help to let them know they are not alone and have not been forgotten by helping us collect the

  • They Need You

    Our most vulnerable children are living in group homes and residential treatment centers for months to years at a time to receive the structure and care needed to overcome as many obstacles as there are kids. Each of them has their own story. Whether it’s the trauma of being abused,

  • Items still needed for Christmas Magic

    We still need some items for 2018 Christmas Magic. Print and share our flyer with drop-off details! Specific items needed include: – Pajamas* – Packaged socks* – Packaged underwear* – Gloves* – Fleece Blankets – Coloring / Activity Books – 24 Count Crayons – Playing Cards – Pillow Cases –

  • Items Needed for 2018 Christmas Magic

    Mark your calendar for the most magical night of the year: Project Believe’s 11th Annual Christmas Wrap Party! Join us for a festive, family-friendly evening benefiting more than 300 youth served by Project Believe. Shop for and wrap thousands of gifts, all collected by your friends and neighbors! This event

  • Back to School Magic

    Help us send the Project Believe kids off prepared for success! We need the following items: Backpacks Calculators Colored Pencils Folders (no metal) Crayons (24 count) Pencil Boxes / Bags Glue Sticks Highlighters Markers Notebooks (no metal) Ink Pens (no erasers) Rulers (no metal)   Drop off supplies at the

  • Celebrating our BIG 10

    We are celebrating our BIG 10 by adopting our 10th facility! It began 10 years ago with 10 kids spending their Christmas alone on a residential mental health unit at Cincinnati Children’s.  Every one of them was a foster child who had survived the unimaginable and needed intense treatment to

  • Comfort and Joy

    “You made me feel like I have a family. I feel rich, like a king. It was like a miracle. This is the best Christmas ever, I got new socks.” Packages of socks, underwear, and pajamas have elicited these responses from our kids. They aren’t elaborate gifts, just the things