How can CarePortal connect you?
In every community, there are children and families at a point of crisis, who need help. In those same communities, there are churches and people who care and want to take action. But what they need is a connection point.
Whether you simply want to take the first step to serve, or you want to rally a whole community to join you, CarePortal exists to help you make that connection.
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Expand your local outreach
What if each person in your church received real-time opportunities to be the hands and feet of Jesus for the most vulnerable families in your community? Leveraging the power of a simple email and geo-radius technology, CarePortal connects you to the needs of foster children and hurting families in your ZIP code.
Add purpose to your agenda
You and your employees can make a life-changing and measurable difference in the lives of at-risk kids in your own community. Learn more about localized sponsorship, philanthropy and volunteer opportunities for your business or organization.
Meet real-time needs for kids and families
It all begins with one question: Are you willing to receive an email? Sign up to receive opportunities to meet tangible needs — like groceries, bus passes or bunk beds — in your own neighborhood or across the globe.
Bring CarePortal to your community
Is part of your nonprofit’s mission to mobilize the Church to show the love of Christ to hurting families in your community? To adopt children in need of family? To be part of the solution to the foster care crisis? You can use the CarePortal platform to expand the work you’re already doing. According to ministries currently implementing this ministry platform, CarePortal “more than pays for itself.”
Do more every day for the kids you serve
What if that bus pass a mother needs to keep her new job was an email away? What if the bunk beds a grandfather needs to bring his two grandchildren into his home had already be built by a nearby church? What if you could tell every foster family there are caring people nearby who want to help?