SaintA Travels So Foster Kids Don’t Have To

While the number of kids in care has continued to increase, the number of homes in Wisconsin has stalled. We are on the road to change that with our ongoing series, SaintA Travels.

Foster parents in Wisconsin help keep kids in care close to their communities of origin. Still, more homes are needed. Join us on the journey!

Meet The Foster Parents

Meet The Attoes »
Chris and Wendy Attoe explain the requirements to become a Foster Parent. They may not be what you think! We visited them during a statewide tour to help us find more Foster Parents like them and to help keep foster kids close to home.

Meet The Bullions »
The Bullions already have a big family, with four biological children as well as horses, dogs and chickens on their hobby farm. Still, they have room in their heart (and home) for kiddos in need.

Meet Deb »
Foster kids in Waukesha County and all over Wisconsin deserve safe and loving homes like the one Deb provides. Hear Deb and one of the young men she raised talk about how integral they’ve been to each other’s lives.

Meet Michael »
Michael is a former drill sergeant and educator with one of the biggest hearts we’re ever encountered. He is dedicated to helping African American teens in Milwaukee through Treatment Foster Care.

Meet The Torgersens »
Eric and Tracy Torgersen have only been licensed for a little more than a year, but they’re already doing a stellar job. Learn more about how they got started.

Inspired by These Remarkable Stories?

Learn more about what it takes to become a Foster Parent in our online Basics of Fostering module. You’re probably already more qualified than you think!

To start the application process, please contact us at or 855.GROW.HOPE.

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