Have you heard of the “The Afternoon News with Kitty O’Neal?” Well guess what?
This week FosterHope is on iHeartMedia! Check out the interview with Erin Brown, our Executive Director by clicking HERE:
This past weekend our families came together to celebrate during our annual holiday party! Our theme was, “Under the Sea” and it was magical! Santa came to visit while children danced around with gifts in their hands. Plates of warm food filled our bellies, and families enjoyed a stress-free night of fun, laughter, love, joy, and games.
We couldn’t have made this night possible without the support of everyone in our community. FosterHope Sacramento would like to extend a very special THANK YOU to everyone who made this amazing night happen. From sponsors to donors, volunteers and everyone in between, thank you! We are so grateful for all of your support. You truly have made a difference in the hearts and homes of us all.
Good evening friends, families and neighbors! If you’ve been to FosterHope Sacramento lately then we are sure that you’ve noticed a lot of changes!
Thanks to #SMUD, last week our new lighting around the perimeter of the facility was installed, providing us with more opportunities to extend our visitations throughout the dark winter nights. The sun has been setting around 5:00 PM lately, so it’s an amazing added layer of security and detail that helps to keep us safe! Stop by the front desk and ask about our new lighting project to receive a special treat, we can’t wait to tell you more about how impactful this has been.
Thanks, SMUD! #MyNeighborhoodShines
“At 13, Nicole Avellaneda stood before Judge David Kurtz with her family. Friday was National Adoption Day in Snohomish County, and Nicole was there as three little girls in tutus and T-shirts officially became her sisters.”
“Great to see you again,” said Kurtz, greeting Nicole — who like the rest of her multiracial clan wore a gray t-shirt with the slogan: “Families Don’t Have to Match.”
The Avellaneda couple of Arlington, who have two grown children, were adopting the three little sisters they had cared for as foster parents. They were among nearly 20 families who on Friday adopted 28 children in all. Click here to READ more:
From foster care to millionaire is a self-help book informing the reader about a lifetime of struggle and failures in order for Cody Mclain to become successful and confident. His business is built on the backbones of a man whose life has not been easy yet; he somehow manages to plan against the odds and […]From Foster Care to Millionaire: A Young Entrepreneur’s Story of Tragedy and Triumph by Cody McLain (Book Review #639) — Review Tales by Jeyran Main