Give A Home For The Holidays

 Throughout our community, there are many children who have spent much of their youth in unsafe environments before being moved into foster care. As the holidays draw near, the greatest wish on their list is for a loving home for the New Year. Please read more about them, and ask yourself if this is the season for you to open your heart and home to give a forever family:



Abigail is a sweet young lady who loves simple pleasures like riding a bike and singing songs. What she wants more than anything is “a family who will never give up on me and will always love me.”



Beau is a truly wonderful child with a big smile who gets along well with others. Among his favorite things are SpongeBob and playing catch. Beau needs a family that is committed to his lifelong success.



Olivia is an engaging young lady who describes herself as a “girly girl.” She loves fashion but also enjoys singing, dancing, school and church. She says that her most prized possessions are her friends, with her biggest wish being to have a permanent family.



Moise was born in Haiti and entered the American foster care system here at a young age. He has lost a lot but not his sense of humor or his love of animals and sports. Moise (who prefers to be called Moe) is Haitian for Moses, and he wishes for a loving home this season.



Mekdes is a beautiful young lady with a cultural background stemming from Africa. She would love new siblings, a mother who enjoys shopping and a father with a passion for travel and learning.

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