Foster Care Hall of Fame



Aging Out

This year, more than 20,000 youngsters will turn 18 in foster care.  Imagine coming of age with nothing but a trash bag full of your belongings — no home to which you can return at the holidays (or any days).

Here is what one group is doing to help America’s most vulnerable young adults.  I say:  Thank you and praise you!

For the children,

Conna

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    Nice to see you working on your passion.

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    Posted 10 years, 5 months ago
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