How can I become a foster parent for WinShape Homes?
Foster Parents are accepted on a referral basis. When hired, our parents make a long-term commitment in order to see the children in their homes grow up and live independently. WinShape Homes just celebrated two couples’ 20-year anniversary and look forward to seeing others reach this mark. Experience and passion is the key to becoming a WinShape parent. You may email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org for future reference.
What volunteer opportunities exist at WinShape Homes?
WinShape Homes is grateful for volunteers who want to help serve our families. Tutoring is the most valuable volunteer opportunity we offer, not only for the volunteer, but also for the child. If you have a desire to help tutor a child, and live in close proximity to one of our WinShape Homes locations, please contact us for details on how to get involved.
How do I make a donation to WinShape Homes?
Donations can be made by mailing a check made out to WinShapes Homes in the care of Tyra Farmer Walker, WinShape Homes, 5200 Buffington Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30349. It will be put into the General Funds account for the care of the children.
How is WinShape Homes funded?
WinShape Homes is a ministry of the WinShape Foundation – a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by S. Truett Cathy, Founder of Chick-fil-A, Inc. and generously funded by the Cathy family,
What is the procedure for placing a child in a WinShape Home?
You may fill out the online application and send it in or call WinShape Homes at 404-684-8741. We will discuss the situation and the child’s behavior and determine if we are an appropriate placement. We can also give you referrals to other programs if we are not the appropriate place. WinShape requires a recent psychological evaluation for each child and an interview with the child with our house parents, Human Services Professional (HSP) and/or Director. We also do a weekend visit before we make a permanent placement.