Passion to Action

Join Passion to Action
Passion to Action is an organization of youth, ages 14 - 24, who are or have been in foster care in Washington state. Our board has about 20 members, with about 4 members from each of the 3 regions.

Washington state youth or alumni interested in joining Passion to Action, email

Passionate voices into positive change.

As youth and alumni of foster care we, Passion to Action, advocate for positive change. We collaborate with others to develop innovative alternatives to existing and potential problems facing foster youth. We create and facilitate change in order to ensure that not only are the needs of our brothers and sisters in foster care met, but that they are provided with opportunities to succeed in life.
For young people, by young people

Passion to Action (P2A) is a statewide youth-led advisory board to Washington State's Children's Administration (CA). P2A members provide CA with input, feedback and recommendations regarding the agency's policies, practices and publications. Additionally, CA utilizes P2A members in many of the agency's training courses and presentations to ensure that social workers, foster parents and the community at large learn about the experience of being in the foster care system from those who have the expertise, youth in care and alumni.

Make an impact on the foster care system and foster youth.
Make an impact on your life.

Impact the foster care system

Impact foster youth

Impact your life

"I was 13 when Passion to Action started; I was shy and didn't believe my voice mattered. I am now 18 and I have learned that advocating for myself isn't a bad thing. I have become a confident, caring, compassionate woman. And a lot of it has to do with this group."

"Passion to Action is like the ultimate family. We all have endured hardships but have triumphed over them."

"We make the hand that was dealt to us work!"

"Being part of Passion to Action has shaped the person I am. I have found my calling through this group."

"We are about giving a voice for those in out-of-home care and making sure it is heard!"