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Baptist Churches of Queensland.

What we do

Partnering with families to celebrate children in out-of-home care.

Making History

Every child’s life is made up of people, big events and little moments. Together, over time, these memories create a unique history that tells the story of who they are.

You can help write part of a child’s story by throwing them a beautiful party. Partnering with a foster family to celebrate their child will help them say, ‘We love you, and we’re here for you, no matter what.’ Every child needs this kind of love and support as part of their story.

There are more than forty-six thousand children living in out-of-home care in Australia. Each and every one needs to know that they are worth celebrating.  A child’s party becomes part of their story, and the memories they make stay with them forever.  You can help create a beautiful story for a child, and make hope part of their history.

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We value


An opportunity for the church to reach out & show abundant love & support to families.


Fun helps kids learn to trust –help build healthy relationships by creating fun, beautiful experiences for children.


Options to help create special parties to suit individual needs of each unique child.


Super simple and easy ideas to practically communicate love and value to children.

Latest News & Events

Frequently Asked Questions for Families

June 6, 2019Blog

Here are our most frequently asked questions from foster & kinship families. If you have a question and can’t find the answer below, please email us at (or head to our Contact Us page) – we’d...

Tommy’s Story

November 12, 2018Blog

We first met Tommy* when his carers came along to a church service on Sunday morning. He was cuddly, determined, funny, and he carried his action-figure everywhere he went. Tommy was five years old, and he had been in foster care homes...

Are we listening?

November 12, 2018Blog

Did you know, that for a time during the Roman Empire, it was legal to leave your baby outside and abandon them if they were unwanted? The practice was called ‘exposure’, and was a way of dealing unwanted or costly, ‘defected’ and...