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ATTN CUSTOMERS, FRIENDS & FAMILYEffective at 5pm today, Fosters reStore and Preferred Mattress will close, and new hours will be as follows: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday - ClosedThursday, Friday, Saturday - 10-5Sunday - 11-5 This is as of 11am on 3/17. Things can change depending on what the government does or says. We do this with a heavy heart...

As you all know, the stores have been stripped of the essentials. This means a shortage of the basics to care for children. We have hundreds of kids in foster care that are in need of diapers and formula If you have some extras and are willing to donate them, or you find some in...

Click Here for a larger image. Racine has started road construction in front of our store. They are replacing the gas main that runs down Lathrop Ave. They have assured us that there would always be access to our parking lot.  However, as of Saturday morning, Lathrop Ave. is now a One-Way street going South only...

This Black Friday Fosters will be doing something completely different. We're donating to other organizations in the local community that are in need of help. We will match our Black Friday sales in the form of gift cards to the store and donate those to two awesome organizations. Kandi's Kitchen and Love And Charity...

RACINE — An area couple who clearly have big hearts for foster children have found another, unique way to help them: a new store called Fosters reStore. David and Christine Fricke of Kenosha opened Fosters reStore Aug. 18 at 2000 Lathrop Ave. inside the former Lathrop Furniture building. It’s part thrift store, a seller of new...

Fosters reStore is expanding into Racine, WI mid-August 2018.  We will occupy approximately 17,000 square feet of the former Lathrop Furniture location at 2000 Lathrop Avenue.  The retail showroom initially will consist of 6,000 sq/ft of the first floor and will expand into the 2nd floor of approx. 9,000 sq/ft.  We will have a 2,000...

Foster parenting, like any parenting, can be challenging. And when a child comes into a home with issues related to trauma, abuse or educational delays, those challenges become exponential. For more than 40 years, Kenosha Human Development Services has worked with foster families to overcome challenges ranging from disabilities to bad behavior. Through its specialized training and treatment-oriented...

David and Chris Fricke are foster parents whose mission is to support foster children long after their first placement in a foster home. To that end, they have created My Foster Kids Foundation, a nonprofit organization whose funds may end up helping some foster children attend college. Among the ways they hope to fund this enterprise is...

Welcoming foster children into your home is an important and rewarding experience. But just providing a roof over their heads is not enough. Many children arrive in foster care with little to no clothing or items, and there is added financial burden on the foster parents. My Foster Kids Foundation, Inc. was created to provide physical...