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Over 700 children enter the foster care system every single day.
Most are given a trash bag to carry their belongings...
These children have been neglected and often feel like they don’t matter. Many do not own a toothbrush or have a pair of pajamas. At Comfort Cases, we believe that every child deserves to feel a sense of dignity. Every child deserves to pack their belongings in a special bag that they can call their very own.learn more about our cause
Comfort Cases are backpacks filled with comfort and personal care items for youth entering the foster care system.See what's in each case
Our founder, Rob Scheer
At 12 years old, Rob was given a trash bag to pack his belongings, as he entered his first foster home. Nearly 30 years later when he became a foster parent, his first four children arrived at his home with trash bags. He was saddened that nothing had changed. In 2013, Rob’s family and their community founded Comfort Cases and set out on a mission to eliminate trash bags from the foster care system.Meet our team
Make a Difference in the Life of a Child
We believe in a compassionate community that cares for the most vulnerable among us, and we can all do something to bring comfort to children in foster care. Please join us as we work to eliminate trash bags from the system and show children in foster care that they matter.Donate Today
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Become A Monthly Donor Today!
For every $10 donated, Comfort Cases provides one child entering foster care with a Comfort XL, a large duffel bag where they can store their belongings and not experience the indignity of living out of a trash bag.Give a comfort case