Thursday, October 19, 2017 5:58 AM

Stacks Image 54
Stacks Image 7197
Stacks Image 4234


It is Spring! So much is happening in our World of foster care. In early June, AWFC presents LAUNCH CAMP which is designed to help prepare our teens in care for "life after care". This is very important in our attempt to eliminate abuse and neglect for our Texas teens.

As a part our very intense schedule, we have a foster care panel who talk to our teens about the struggles and successes in entering the adult world. Also this group of former foster folks answer questions ...from our teens....

Read More

Back in the Saddle

Our World enjoyed a nice loooong vacation during the holidays.  We are all back on the horse and planning for an outstanding 2016.  We are working to improve our service and training to our familiies. This we hope will create a positive experience with each child we touch.  Know we are strong believers that each child God allows us to serve is more valuable that gold and silver or a precious gem stone.  We want them to be able to say that foster care was a positive - good experience...

Read More

Christmas Time

Hu-a hu-a huhu (that's a reindeer panting sound) - I really wish all of you could hear me - it was way better in person.  Santa's sleigh finally came to a rest and it's a good thing because those reindeer need some carrots and hay - we have been MOVING the past couple of weeks!  And, oh, wow!!  Can I just say how AMMMMMMMMAAAZZZIIINNNNGGGG the Christmas parties were?!?!  You guys!  You totally outdid yourselves.

We already told you about the fantastic parties in Amarillo and El Paso....

Read More

We can change a child’s trajectory in life by getting involved!

See the bog at "  Act Locally Waco "  to read more about AWFC in the Waco area..


Read More

Fall is a Busy Time at AWFC

Our World is spinning fast as usual.  We are expanding our services to the greater Waco area.  With the help of our new staff, Denise Mason, we are excited about our "welcome" to that community. Last Tuesday, September 29, 2015 we had a "Meet and Greet" at Spice Village, a fabulous venue.  We were excited about the response - many community networking friends and some great folks interested in fostering visited our event.  We were so pleased, so blessed!

Upcoming events include the...

Read More

AWFC Expanding Foster Services into Waco Area

“AWFC is extending our exceptional service in Region 7 by bringing “Our World” to McLennan, Bell, Hill and surrounding counties.  Join us for a Meet and Greet on Tuesday, September 29th from 11:30am-1:30pm at Spice Village (213 Mary Ave, Waco, TX 76701.)  This will be a come-and-go style luncheon with the opportunity to meet the AWFC staff and learn more about the services we will offer in the Central Texas area! For any questions, please contact Denise Mason at 254-301-9445.”

Read More

AWFC in Round Rock is Running for Dreams on October 17, 2015

Read More

Zumba Takes Over San Antonio

“Zumbathon – when you have fun dancing away the added fat as you dance to “80’s music dressed in leg warmers and neon colors.” Know that in San Antonio, last Saturday, a gigantic group of folks gathered to Zumba and help raise money and awareness for our AWFC children.  It looked so fun and my feet began tapping.  Although I didn’t have on any 80’s attire, I decided to take my new knee on a Zumba spin.   Whoa, suddenly my “good” knew began screaming with pain – my...

Read More


AWFC turns down 800 children a month because we have no foster family with which to place the child.  Currently we have 357 families across Texas and we still have this many children monthly needing a family. Can you help us - a child needs you!

Read More

Statistics on Child Abuse in Texas


We Never Forget that behind every statistic is a real child who needs our help.

•In FY 2014, there were 7,509 confirmed victims of child abuse and neglect in Central Texas (Region 7*). ...
•66,572 children and teens were confirmed victims of child abuse and neglect in the State of Texas during FY 2014 and for more than 79% of those children, their parent(s) were the perpetrator.**
•151 children died from abuse and neglect in Texas during FY 2014. Texas has the most fatalities...

Read More
Stacks Image 6895
Stacks Image 6898
Stacks Image 6901
Stacks Image 7189
Stacks Image 7192
Stacks Image 7195

2007 Sam Bass Road,  Bldg. 2Round Rock, TX 78681 • Toll Free: 888-579-3880 • Phone: 512-218-4400 • Fax: 512- 218-8167