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Layers of support are needed by young people exiting the foster care system.

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About IDoMyThing

IDoMyThing

We Address Unmet Needs To Solve Social Problems

Our Mission

IDoMyThing activates a worldwide network to address unmet needs and solve social problems.

Our Initiatives

Our work in the United States focuses primarily on youth aging out of Foster Care.

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There is no challenge we can’t solve together. Choose to give your time, effort, monetary gift, or provide a resource.

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Recent Activities

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IDoMyThing partnered with Inspire DR in Cabarete to support its young male participants with engaging activities and outdoor fun to help further develop their academic capacities, as well as strengthen their social and physical development.

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IDoMyThing cultivated a relationship with Taino Farm in the Dominican Republic to support employment of local workers and duplicate its successful model in Haiti.

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IDoMyThing collaborated with Chino Surf School to support underprivileged kids’ access to free surf gear, coaching, mentoring.

Let’s Elevate Humanity By Working Together

We Can Turn These Around

Alarming Statistics

23,000

More than 23,000 children will age out of the US foster care system every year.

20% Will Be Homeless

After reaching the age of 18, 20% of the children who were in foster care will become instantly homeless.

High Rate of Unemployment

Only 1 out of every 2 foster kids who age out of the system will have some form of gainful employment by the age of 24.

College Out Of Reach

There is a less than 3% chance for children who have aged out of foster care to earn a college degree at any point in their life.

High Pregnancy Rates

7 out of 10 girls who age out of the foster care system will become pregnant before the age of 21.

1 in 4 Suffer from PTSD

The percentage of children who age out of the foster care system and still suffer from the direct effects of PTSD: 25%.

Most foster kids don’t continue on to college, but they can with our collective support! Together we can help young adults who are aging out, to develop and thrive!

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