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Kids to Love Center, Madison, Alabama

The Kids to Love Center is the hub of our outreach. The building was gifted by Mr. & Mrs. Louis Breland in February of 2015. The building was dedicated in March of 2015, and after months of renovations, opened to serve our kids in foster care in November of 2015. Our warehouse provides space for Christmas and school supplies to be assembled by volunteers. Modern classrooms, executive board rooms and multiple computer labs provide ideal training space in our state of the art facility. Check out our gallery.

We believe education is the key to changing lives and we maximize our facility to reach the young people we serve and their future families. Through on site adoptive and foster parent training, we are increasing the number of forever families. Our Life Lab classes teach our youth basic, independent skills to grow into successful adults. The Kids to Love Center is home to KTECH, a workforce training initiative that teaches Mechatronics, Soldering and Robotics, preparing for careers in the technical and manufacturing fields.

Kids to Love Center Ribbon Cutting, Lee Marshall

Kids to Love's commitment to meet the immediate needs of foster children while they wait for forever families continues to grow.  

Our Pack the Backpacks drive provides school supplies and backpacks to more than 5,000 children in foster care across Alabama and Tennessee every year.  Christmas is a magical time at Kids to Love!  Every year our volunteers work tirelessly around the clock to help Santa fill the wish lists of more than 1,000 foster children across 20 counties in North Alabama and Southern Tennessee.  

Kids to Love warehouse of Christmas items
Kids to Love warehouse of Christmas items
Kids to Love KTECH

The Kids to Love Center
is home to KTECH

The work force development initiative of the Kids to Love Foundation teaches our children who are aging out of the foster care system skill sets to enter the manufacturing rich community in North Alabama. More info