We'd been open for 2 weeks when a 10 year old autistic child walked through the doors of the Foster Love House. He was confused, nervous and hadn't slept well since being removed from his home…Read More
Our Director, Candace Cartwright, was featured in the June/July 2019 issue of Tex Appeal!Read More
From time to time we’ll hear people say they don’t feel they can make a difference or be involved in foster care and adoption unless they foster or adopt. That’s not true! Everyone has unique giftings and abilities that can be used to serve children and families. We believe everyone can do something, and we’d love for you to explore what your something might be!Read More
BELTON — A community of support provided Foster Love Bell County its start and that same community has enabled the organization to settle into a bungalow on Main Street in Belton.
Foster Love Bell County held an open house and ribbon cutting Friday at its home at 1003 N. Main St., directly across from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.
Candace Cartwright, executive director of Foster Love Bell County, and her husband were licensed through foster care and ended up adopting a little boy who had been in their care for two years.Read More