Making the Difference of a Lifetime

DANA is a 501 c 3 nonprofit organization helping to support and train foster care, adopted and high risk children. We have been in operation since 2006.

If you are a foster, adopted or birth parents, we are here to help you.

Making the Difference of a Lifetime

DANA is a 501 c 3 nonprofit organization helping to support and train foster care, adopted and high risk children. We have been in operation since 2006.

If you are a foster, adopted or birth parents, we are here to help you.

DANA

NGO Supporting Foster & Adopted Children in Hawaii, Michigan & Texas

Dana Foundation is a charitable organization looking to help families with children who are in foster care or adopted. If you are foster or adoptive parents or birth parents, we are here to help you.

DANA

What We Do

Diversity Activities National Association (DANA) have been an advocate for foster and adoptive families since 2006. The way we help them is through providing activities, resources and training for both parents and children.

DANA
DANA

Our Mission

Our mission is to increase the effectiveness of the quality of care, assist training of youth and adults while healing broken families due to mental health issues and/ or substance abuse. At DANA we celebrate diversity and strive to instill integrity encouragement to become his or her own unique self.

Service Locations

We offer our services in Hawaii, Michigan, and Texas, but we are willing to travel throughout the US.
Get in touch with us today to learn about the services and activities we offer.

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative impact in so many ways on most of us, but foster youth and former foster youth are among the most vulnerable. Through a survey done by HI HOPES October 2020 it found that 55% of the foster youth and former foster youth experienced negative employment impact because of the pandemic and 35% did not have money for food.

Raising children for a second time, 'grandfamilies' struggle during the pandemic

The foster father who cares when terminally ill
kids have no one