Reality Show “From Foster to Family” Follows Six Boys as They Transition from Foster Kids to Family Members

For more than 650,000 children in the foster care system in the U.S., the dream is to find a loving, caring family that can provide the physical and emotional support that kids need to flourish. In the new reality show “From Foster to Family”, young boys find that home with Kentria Arkansas, a single mother who has been fostering children for almost 11 years. Kentria adopts these budding young men and does her best to raise Randy, Marcus, Robert, Josiah, Andrew and is currently in the process of adopting her sixth son as productive members of society.

Like other popular reality shows centered on large families like “Kate Plus Eight”, “From Foster to Family” offers an insightful look at how the members of the family unit struggle, grow and bond. Drawing on her extensive experience raising troubled kids, Kentria does her best to heal her children, empower them, and prepare them for adulthood. In addition to producing the show, Kentria is also the founder of Incentives for Kids, a nonprofit group that helps troubled youngsters build confidence and self-worth through recreational and educational programs.

“From Foster to Family” promises to be a popular television series, but it needs your help. Kentria has sponsored a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to raise the $275,000 to produce the show. In return for your generous support, you can receive perks like Appreciation of the production team, Special Production updates, “Thank You” mentions on Facebook and Twitter, “Thank You” mention on the show end credits, autographed letter by cast members, Incentives for Kids Surprise Package, autographed DVDs, autographed photos, Associate Producer credit, or Executive Producer credit.

To learn more about “From Foster to Family” or to make a donation to this worthy project, please visit

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Company Name: From Foster To Family
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