Welcome to The Aarman Foundation. We proudly support the foster children of Kansas as they transition through new homes and families. Our foundation was created to help the youth of our community find opportunities to help them grow and learn. Unfortunately, not many kids in the foster system receive the same opportunities and benefits as children outside this system. Our mission, at the end of the day, is to close this gap.
Through the financial and material contributions of our community, we are able to offer outreach programs, school scholarships, and sports education to these children. Whether sponsoring them to go on a field trip out of state or helping them discover a deep love for a musical instrument, we encourage these kids to be the best they can be.
Any additional contributions made to our program go toward the current needs of the youth in foster care. We partner closely with AAHN’s Place, an emergency children’s shelter, to locate these youth and help them become the best they can be. Get in touch with our team today to learn more about our program, our mission, and how you can get involved.
The Armaan Foundation is established to assist with restoring hope to youth in foster care who often lack the opportunities their peers experience due to the fact of being in foster care. We do this by raising awareness of this unfortunate reality and do our part to restore hope to these youth by providing financial and material contributions. The financial and material contributions to The Armaan Foundation will be used towards providing services such as outreach programs, school scholarships, physical education activities, etc. The funds will also be used to provide an opportunity for the youth to participate in extracurricular activities they otherwise would not have been able to participate in. Examples of these activities include field trips in and out of state, joining athletic teams, music participation, and generally anything else youth might be interested in. Additional contributions go towards the current needs of the youth in care.