Helping you support the foster care community.

Meet Our Team

Terese Grinnell | TFI Advocate
[email protected]

Holli Germain | Website/Social Media Coordinator

Beth Strieby| Foster Parents Night Out Coordinator

We Serve:


  • Division of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF)
  • Easter Seals
  • Sununu Youth Service Center
  • Lifeshare/Becket House
  • Neurodevelopmental Institute of NH


  • Merrimack County
  • Hillsborough County

Our Collaborations

Because of these Churches & Ministries, we are able to help more people support the foster care community!

Church Partners

  • Cornerstone Community
  • Grace Capital Church
  • Restoration Foursquare Church
  • United Baptist Church
  • Trinity Baptist Church

Ministry/Community Collaborations

  • Lighthouse Ministry
  • Makeover Ministry
  • Pass Along Project
  • Remix
  • The Closet
  • Linus Project
  • Pajama Project

If you are interested in becoming a Church Partner or Collaborating Ministry, contact us.

Give a Gift

We depend on generous donors like you! 100% of your donation stays local so that we can continue helping to support the foster care community through awareness, encouragement, and advocacy!


Thank you for your generosity!


If you are an agency worker, foster parent, or volunteer, these are helpful links for you!

  • Agency/Community Worker Request Form – Link
  • Foster Parent Request Form – Link
  • Pen Pal Sign-Up Form – Link
  • Prayer Request- Link
  • Monthly Altitude Trampoline Park 3rd Thursday of the Month *Concord District Office Families Only* Sign Up

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Fill a Tangible Need

Help support our local agencies, foster parents, and foster children with tangible needs.

Children often come in to foster care with nothing but the clothes on their backs. Emergency car kits provide caseworkers and police officers items to care for children being transitioned in to state custody until they can access additional resources.

“What I would have given for a diaper and a binky, one night when I had a little one tired, wet, and hungry for over two hours screaming while I waited for a caseworker.” –Local Sheriff

What items should I include?
diaper, wipes, pacifier, bottle, sippy cup, water, applesauce, spoon, crackers, fruit/yogurt pouch, teething biscuit, crayons, play-doh, bubbles

Since TFI is funded 100% by generous donation we are working on an Amazon wishlist to help our mission! Click on the picture for the link.

Other Tangible Needs

  • Make freezer meals
  • Write a word of encouragement to a case worker, parent, or child
  • Write birthday cards for this month’s kids

Ways to Support

Here are ways to support the foster care community.

  • Pray
  • Invite us to speak at your church or workplace
  • Volunteer at our next Foster Parents Night Out-Date coming soon
  • Fill a tangible need
  • Financial donation
  • Deliver Panera donation to DCYF Workers


Resources for foster families and relative caregivers.

NH Foster & Adoptive Parent Association
Recently gifted $32,000 towards emergent needs with new placement, school supplies, recreation, sports, dance, clothing and art programs.
Grant application:

Pass Along Project
Clothing for new placements

Makeover Ministry
Used strollers, cribs, car seats, and furniture

Foster and Adoptive Resource Exchange
Normalcy/Extracurricular Activities Grants

Bethany Christian Services
Basic needs, beds, Christmas gifts, camp funds, other needs
Please submit requests via your resource worker

 Foster & Adoptive Parents Virtual Closet
Free “Yard Sale”  Facebook Group



Where are you located?

Because we are a volunteer based ministry, we do not have an office location locally.

How are you funded?

By generous donors like you! 100% of your donation stays local so that we can continue helping to support the foster care community! Join us by giving a gift today!

Is TFI faith-based?

Yes! You can read our statement of faith here. We want to see people everywhere supporting the foster care community and experiencing Jesus together!

Is TFI a foster care agency?

No. We love our local agencies, and we support them in all that we do through awareness, encouragement, and advocacy.

Is TFI unique to our area?

Our local ministry is part of a national organization, which has advocates all across the nation! Check out all of our locations here.

Your Advocate

Terese Grinnell
[email protected]
(603) 717-1477

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People everywhere supporting the foster care community and experiencing Jesus together.

People everywhere supporting the foster care community and experiencing Jesus together.

Who We Support

Foster Parents

Agency Workers

Vulnerable Adults