Our Ten Year “100K Community” Goal
Just in Time’s 10 Year Vision: Annual, nationwide Lasting Impact for 100,000 young people impacted by foster care.
Join our Reliable, Responsive, Real Community
Invest in our mission to give former foster youth the critical support, essential resources and caring community that every young person deserves.
If you live in San Diego County, are between ages 18-26 and have EVER spent time in foster care, you are eligible to receive JIT services.
Volunteer with JIT
From long-term coaching relationships to one-day events, we have the volunteer opportunities that fit your availability, interest and experience.
Make an Impact
Help break the cycle of foster care by making an investment in the futures of the youth we serve. We offer many ways to give!
JIT’s mission is to engage a caring community to help transition age foster youth achieve self-sufficiency and well-being.
We envision a future in which every youth leaving the foster care system has a community of caring adults waiting for them after 18. We believe consistent, long-term help from the heart is the foundation for the success of our youth so they can thrive and enjoy productive, satisfying lives.
Join us on the Jit Network
If your passion is to empower young people impacted by foster care, join The JIT Network, our unique online community. By providing critical resources and supportive relationships, we guarantee life-changing choices for youth who’ve aged out of foster care. And we’re developing these solutions designed and owned by YOU, our members. Together, we have the power to break the cycle and create lasting change.
The latest and greatest happenings with Just in Time.
In Their Own Words: Zane, A College Bound Success Story
College Bound connected Zane to a community when he needed it most. Upcoming eventsJune 2: JIT Art Show at SD Watercolor Society June 3: College Bound Day 1 June 5: Financial Fitness 103 Workshop...
Youth Success Stories
From Surviving to Stable￼
Standing before the judge at court, Jordan remembers, “My attorney wrote a letter to the judge, who was very understanding. He said, ‘Where else should we expect you to be? You were in 30 different...
License to Succeed: A Changing Lanes Story￼
“In California, you need a driver’s license to do anything,” said Vanessa. “It’s just hard Living in North County and not having a car makes it even harder, especially with a baby on the...