Monthly Archives: May 2011
Our friends at Sleep Country are making a huge difference in the lives of foster children who live in Oregon and Washington. YOU can help, too! Beginning today, you can drop off new clothes for kids of all ages at any Sleep Country. Click for locations here. I love Sleep Country’s motto: Not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child.
Hello friends, I was surprised to come home from celebrating Mother’s Day to find more than 1,000 “comments” on this blog. I wish that these were from people like you, who care about foster kids. Unfortunately, the first few hundred were horrible spam and, in the interest of time that I can be spending helping kids, I decided to DELETE ALL. Please, if you would like to reach me, feel free to contact me via DM (direct message) at Twitter. … Continue reading
Across the nation, Americans are learning about foster care and celebrating foster families. It’s National Foster Care Awareness Month. The Lansing State Journal ran this story to raise awareness about foster care in Michigan. American Banking News thanks foster families with this press release. And from The Spectrum comes this enlightening piece about misconceptions regarding foster care. At DONATE LUGGAGE, we urge you to seek out awareness campaigns in your community, or just click on your state here at our … Continue reading