Kingston Frontenacs to Host Foster Parent Night

Published on: 2015/09/29 - in Featured Releases

Come cheer on the Kingston Frontenacs as they take on the Peterborough Petes and help our community find the foster parents we need.

It’s the Frontenacs’ first ever Foster Parent Night, supporting the work of Family and Children’s Services of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, and takes place at the K-Rock Centre on October 16, 2015

About the Game

The Frontenacs’ game against the Petes October 16th will be all about fostering. The game will highlight the urgent need for foster homes for teens and kids with special needs in KFL&A.

Two foster parents will drop the puck at centre ice. More than 200 foster parents and their kids will be in attendance at the game.

Foster Parent recruitment information will be available for those interested in finding out more. Its hockey and community all in one game!

About Fostering

Family and Children’s Services urgently needs foster homes for teens and kids with special needs. Foster parents are special people – it isn’t for everyone. But if you want to help kids, there’s no better way to get involved. We’ll give you all the training you need and we pay a competitive rate.

You may not want to be a foster parent, but chances are you know someone who would. We need your help to reach those people. It’s only by working together to spread the word that we will find the foster parents we need for kids in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington.

All the information you need to know about foster parenting is just a click away. You can find videos, downloadable material and contact information at our website.

Win 4 tickets to the October 16th game

Thanks for being our supporter. How would you and your family like to join us for the October 16th Foster Parent Night game with the Frontenacs?

We’re giving away 6 sets of four tickets to the game.  We’ll pick the winners October 9th. To enter and for more details – CLICK HERE. Good luck!


Release source: Family and Children’s Services of Frontenac, Lennox, and Addington | Photo: Kingston Frontenacs