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Easing the Transitions of Foster Care in Southeastern North Carolina
Since 2017

June is National Reunification Month

Our team would love to share ways you can help ease the transitions of children in foster care. The fact is, we could not do what we do without YOU! Send us an email today to schedule a tour of our office or to invite us to come share our mission with your office, organization, church, class or other group!


We are gearing up for our Back to School Bash where we provide a fun afternoon of activities, good food, educational resources and school supplies!

Volunteer opportunities are available!



We keep an Amazon wishlist of our most needed items and sizes. This provides an easy way to support our youth in foster care.



Items/Clothing for Teens

Gift Cards for Teens

School Supplies


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Foster Pantry was founded by foster parents who knew first-hand the need for support and resources for our local foster care community. They quickly learned that they were surrounded by a community who wanted to help but wasn't quite sure how. They made it their mission to educate the community on ways they could help provide the caregivers and children in foster care with essential needs and resources to ease the transitions of our local foster children. 


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*After receiving a graduation gift*

It means a lot to know that someone is thinking about us and is proud of what we accomplished. 

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Guardian ad Litem

How did I miss knowing about the Foster Pantry?  They are amazing and I know XXX will love everything they have provided for him. They went well above what I had requested. The whole process was very easy and they had it to me within a day!

Couple with Daughter

Foster  Parent 

My husband and I became licensed about 10 months ago. When we got our first placement call it was for an infant and we had about 8 hours to prepare. Luckily not only did Foster Pantry provide essential items like a crib, diapers, formula and clothes but they also provided me with a wealth of informaiton. And their support has continued to this day with any need I have had.

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CPS Social Worker

I reached out to Foster Pantry regarding a birth parent that was working hard to have three children return home. They invited the birth parent to come by and shop for items needed for the children as well as provided new toys for birthday presents for one of the children. The Foster Pantry is a much needed resource for our foster parents, kinship caregivers, and birth families.

Preparing Jams

Kinship Caregiver

Foster Pantry has been a blessing from the moment I found out my grandbabies would be coming to live with me. They were able to find me a bed, crib,and were able to provide me with everything I needed for the baby. They continue to help out with clothing as the babies grow.

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