The little moments that bond brothers and sisters together are absent when siblings are placed into separate foster families. Eating breakfast together, walking to school together, reading bedtime stories together… these experiences simply don’t happen. Instead, brothers and sisters have an hour in a dingy CPS room once a month – if they are lucky.
That’s why I love the idea of Camp To Belong, where siblings separated by foster care can come together for a week to forge fun, loving memories. They host camps in 10 locations in the U.S. and Australia. Check out the Washington version of Camp to Belong.