Trunk or Treat Vendors Needed!

Looking for a great way to give back to our foster, adoptive, & kinship families? Look no further!

For this years 5th Annual Bros, Bows, & Boos Fall Fest we are looking for businesses, churches, community organizations, & anyone who would love to decorate their trunk for our Trunk-or-Treat part of our event! With our new location, we have plenty of space for more fun & we want YOU there to be a part of it!

This year we are waiving vendor fees & instead, only ask that you bring a donation of new item(s) for The Den at DHR, our essential needs clothing closet for children entering care.

Learn more at & register your spot today! You don’t want to miss it! Last year, we had over 550 attendees with nearly 300 children!

5th Annual Fall Fest this October!

Save the date for Sunday, October 15th at Summit Crossing Community Church for our 5th Annual Bros, Bows, & Boos Fall Fest! New location, new time, more fun!

Sponsorship opportunities are available. All proceeds, after expenses, go to support the initiatives of MCFAPA, including The Den at DHR, our essential needs clothing closet for children entering foster care. Click here to learn more.

Featured on Our Town Podcast

Recently, our current Board President Brandon Bishop was invited to the Our Town Podcast to speak more about foster care & adoption here in Alabama, his family, and how you can “Get Attached” and make a difference either by becoming a foster or adoptive parent or supporting in other ways.

Check out the full interview on YouTube below

Brandon shares the interesting circumstance in which he met his wife, Trina, and how they would later become foster parents even with their own biological children. We discuss the obstacles and myths that still prevail delaying qualified individuals and couples from starting the process of fostering or adopting a child. Brandon shares many stories and insights from his many experiences as a foster parent, which proved to be both educational and emotional. Brandon is a songwriter and we discussed the lyrics to a song he wrote entitled “You’re Doin it Wrong” and then watched it performed by Cristina Lynn. Brandon is definitely a selfless person who leads a selfless life and you will be amazed to hear the other things he is involved with all aimed at community building.

Our Town Podcast

Host/Interviewer: M. Troy Bye, Owner, Our Town Podcast
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