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Royal Family Kids Camp!

The Royal Family Kids Camp (RFKC) is an incredible opportunity to transform the lives of foster children who have experienced childhood trauma. The camp runs for five days, from August 7-11, 2023, and aims to foster resiliency, self-esteem, hope, and positive memories in the lives of these special children.

The curriculum and activities of the camp are based on Trust-Based Relational Intervention, which is a method that prioritizes healthy relationships, connection, and communication. By creating a life-giving experience for the children, the camp helps to restore their trust in adults and the world around them.

It's important to recognize that every child in the child welfare system has a unique story and face. When we pray for these children, we can ask for guidance on how we can come alongside to provide support and care. Through acts of kindness, volunteering, or even simply speaking up and raising awareness about the issue of childhood trauma, we can make a positive impact on these children's lives.

Let us keep these children in our prayers and work towards creating a brighter future for them through initiatives like the Royal Family Kids Camp. Together, we can make a difference and provide hope for a better tomorrow. You can make a difference in a child's life this summer by volunteering as a Camp Counselor. Sign up to volunteer as a camp counselor today!

For abused, neglected, and at-risk children,

The OneFamily Team


The OneFamily Center

Thank you so much for lending us your ears a couple of months ago as we presented our vision for OneFamily at the annual Vision Dinner. Our ultimate goal is to purchase and renovate a ministry building that will enhance our mission and extend our reach beyond Volusia County and Flagler County. Though we were not able to raise the $3.2 million needed to secure the building for the OneFamily Center, the vision remains unchanged. We are confident that God has a bigger plan for our communities, and through your faithful giving, we will achieve even greater heights that are beyond our imagination.

If you feel led to give towards this goal, please visit or mail your financial gift to 271 Rodeo Rd., Ormond Beach, FL 32174. All contributions are tax-deductible, and we are immensely grateful for your support.

Let's continue to work together to change the lives of orphaned children, create stable family environments, and distribute essential resources to those who need them most. Thank you for your generosity and commitment to the OneFamily movement.


Family Reunification Day!

OneFamily would like your help in celebrating 10 parents in Volusia County that have completed their plans and are getting their children back! We will be providing Promise Packs for each of their children, and gas gift cards for the parents, and we would like your help in raising the funds to purchase the needed items. Please consider donating to this wonderful cause, so we can purchase the items needed for the Promise Packs, as well as the gas cards.


PenFL Foster Care Network

The Peninsular Florida Network has accepted the responsibility to care for 1,184 of the 23,667 children in foster care in the state of Florida. The revival of compassion in our fellowship is laying the groundwork to bring redemption to broken children and families.

We have a beautiful array of rural, urban, and suburban churches that are small, medium, and large in size. Not every church can find families to foster or adopt children, but every church can do something. Below are four areas of involvement:

  • SPEAK UP - Express the Need

    • Let’s pray for, preach about, teach on, and advocate for children and families in foster care and for our government and agency partners.

  • DONATE ITEMS - Empower the Need

    • Donate items to support foster care families, like - bunk beds, clothing, and meals.

  • PROVIDE SUPPORT - Engage the Need

    • Donate your time to provide babysitting, transportation, meals, or respite.

  • OPEN YOUR HEART - Experience the Need

    • Prayerfully consider being a foster or adoptive parent.



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