It’s not just a car. It’s a lifeline to the future.

At any given time in South Carolina there are foster youth between the ages of 18 and 21 who are employed and/or attending college. As they age out of the system, one of the greatest challenges they face is transportation to work and school. Your donation of a used car or truck will give a deserving young adult the opportunity for independence and a chance to become a successful and productive adult. To donate your vehicle or to make a donation to help with repairs contact Brian Marion at 803-665-9225, brian@scfpa.com



On the Road Again is a program of the South Carolina Foster Parent Association which provides donated cars to foster care youth who are at least 18 and not yet 21 years old, actively employed, pursuing a GED or engaged in a post-high school educational program. With adequate transportation, these young people are able pursue their goals of continuing education and employment, allowing for a more successful transition into adulthood.

Car Application Requirements Past Recipients


Sponsor A College Kid! You can help our foster youth with needed items while they are away at college. SCFPA will provide sacks for you to fill up. Then we will send to college students all around the state.

For more information please contact Lisa Franklin at  803-865-2020 or 803-240-8189 or email lisabfrank@aol.com

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Smart Fun. Strong Kids is a program of the South Carolina Foster Parent Association designed to provide foster children and youth with the same opportunity as their peers to engage in a variety of educational and confidence-building activities.

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Teen Recognition is a program of the South Carolina Foster Parent Association. Teens in high school (grades 9-12) with a 2.0 or better GPA, who are involved in after-school activities, community service, church or other worthwhile activities may be nominated by school personnel, a pastor or employer, a foster parent or social worker for this award. The winner is recognized at the SCFPA Annual Training Conference with a monetary award.

Nomination Form





Laptop Bundle is a partnership between the SCFPA and SCDSS which provides an opportunity for foster youth to access a laptop computer bundle.

Request Form





Scholarship Program is sponsored by the South Carolina Foster Parent Association. Scholarships will be awarded each year at the SCFPA Annual Training Conference. Scholarship money may be used for any academic or training program that helps recipient meet his or her goals.

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Striving for Excellence is a program of the South Carolina Foster Parent Association. It was designed to recognize students within resource families who have identified and are pursuing goals that will ensure a successful transition into adulthood.


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Independent Living Showers are provided by the SCFPA to all foster care youth transitioning to college or out of care. These showers provide basic household items such as linens, dishes and kitchen items.
For more information call 803-865-2020

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Heartfelt Calling is a foster and adoptive parent recruitment program of the SCFPA. It works to locate people with a heartfelt calling to serve the needs of South Carolina’s children in foster care; train them and empower them to make a difference in the lives of the children.
To begin the application process, call 1-888-828-3555 Visit Site



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