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About Us

Serving foster, kinship and adoptive families since 2014

To provide essential items to foster, kinship and adoptive families for the children in their homes including those in a congregate care setting, because every child deserves to be valued. 

2021 STATS

2,091

CHILDREN

2,091 children in foster care received essentials such as beds, clothes, shoes, baby gear and toys.

319

NEW FAMILIES

319 families were welcomed at MTaB to experience the warehouse for the first time.

412

TOTAL BEDS

64 cribs, 58 toddler beds, 251 twin beds and 39 bunk beds were provided to children at no cost.

727

FAMILIES SERVED

MTaB started with 5 families in 2014 and continues to grow annually with 727 families and counting.

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COUNTIES

The current counties served by MTaB are Pima, Pinal, Maricopa, Santa Cruz, Cochise and Graham. 

Our Mission

To provide essential items to foster, kinship and adoptive families for the children in their homes including those in a congregate care setting, because every child deserves to be valued. 

Our Vision

To build strong relationships and coalition with the community, local business and local foster-focuses nonprofits to better serve the children and families in foster care. 

Our Goal

To provide essentials to Arizona’s foster, kinship and adoptive children regardless if they reside in a private home or a group home.

Our Purpose

Provide resources and support to the families we serve.

Connect foster, kinship and adoptive families throughout the community.

Strengthen the families resolve to provide a safe and loving home to the children.

Support your local foster children and their foster parents

Learn About Our Families

Learn About Our Families

Foster

Foster parents are licensed caregivers with the state. They are licensed through a foster care agency and take extensive classes to care for the children who are placed in their care.

Kinship

Kinship parents can be family members, close family friends, or have an existing relationship to the children who are now in their care. 

Adoptive

Adoptive parents have completed the legal adoption process, thus providing a forever home. 

Removal of a child from their existing home is typically due to extreme circumstances, such as abuse and/or neglect.

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