• #GivingTuesday is November 27th. Make a gift and it could be matched.

    #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving, and we’re excited to announce we’ll be participating this year.

    On November 27th, you can make a gift to support our many programs. As a bonus, your gift could be matched up to $1,500 because of a campaign match gift offered by one of our generous donors.

    Donations can be made on our website or by mail (8 Executive Dr., Ste. 200 • Fairview Heights, IL 62208).  If you can not give financially, help us spread our mission to others by downloading a campaign sign, and share how you #CountOnHoyleton. Then, take a picture with your printed sign and post on social media on or before November 27th. Make sure to use the hashtag in your post.

    For questions regarding our #GivingTuesday campaign, please contact Amanda Garrison, Development Associate, at agarrison@hoyleton.org.

  • Team Members & Volunteers Needed For New Foster Home Project

    We’ve partnered with Neighbors for Renewal, a nonprofit development corporation, to manage and develop up to four new foster homes in Bellville, Illinois.  As part of the project, volunteers and additional team members are needed.

    Volunteer Opportunities 

    The new homes will require skilled volunteers to help renovate or build. Tasks to be completed include:

    • Demolition
    • Roofing
    • Dry Wall
    • HVAC Install
    • Plumbing
    • Electrical
    • Painting
    • Flooring

    Download volunteer flyer for more details.

    Employment Opportunities 

    New team members to operate the homes are needed as well. For employment opportunities, click here or download this flyer for more details.

  • Share our work with your community

    We invite you to connect with Hoyleton Youth and Family Services and support our work to transform lives through our programs and the power of faith.

    Hoyleton delivers the services that matter to you, in your community. Here’s why your support matters:

    “I am grateful for all the things Hoyleton was able to provide for Logan because when he came home, I got my son back. Not the one who I had to send there in the beginning. I got the son I always knew I had…” ~Logan’s Mom

    Logan was a memorable client at the Hoyleton campus. Before coming to Hoyleton, Logan was hospitalized 38 times for extreme behaviors and was unable to read. After 8 months of therapy, Logan’s IQ jumped 22 points and was reading at an elementary school level. Recently we received an incredible thank you letter from Logan’s mom. She talked about how difficult, scary and uncertain she felt when Logan was placed at Hoyleton. She praised Hoyleton’s staff for always being available to listen when she voiced her concerns and offered suggestions and advice that eased her mind.

    Get involved…

    •Tutor a child in their foster home
    • Be approved to provide childcare and give our foster parents a much-needed break or date night.
    • Prepare a meal for a foster care family
    • Volunteer at Hoyleton events
    • Help older youth prepare a resume or job application
    • Offer your expertise to teach life skills
    • Purchase Christmas gifts for our youth
    • Give new clothing for children new to foster care
    • Buy back-to-school supplies
    • Provide sponsorships for DuBois camp, or sports camps
    • Provide household items for youth transitioningout of care
    • Sponsor a child in an enrichment program such as dance or music lessons
    • Start a foster care support ministry through your church or organization
    • Invite Hoyleton staff to lead an informational meeting at your church or organization
    • Use your social media accounts to blog/tweet/post our needs

    Give us a call to get involved: 618-688-4727