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Awesome Group in Oregon!

I’ve just learned about an amazing group in Oregon. Read on! From the Foster Closet blog:   (This isn’t the inside of the store…but it looks very similar.) It’s time for school again. I’m sure you are all out getting supplies and fun new clothes for your children before this new school year approaches…because that’s what parents do, right? Well, for Foster Kids it’s a little different. Usually because they either come to you with clothes that are too big, … Continue reading

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May Is Foster Care Awareness Month

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

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Spring Cleaning 101

At last, the sun is shining! It’s time to dust out the cobwebs and spring into the new season. You may feel inspired by the good weather. Or you even be “gripped by the urge to spring clean,” according to TLC’s article on the history of spring cleaning. According to the ancient study of feng shui, spring cleaning is good for the energy of your home and the people in it!  You can take that good energy a step further and … Continue reading

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Laptops Help Foster Youth in College

If your spring cleaning includes making a decision about what to do with that laptop you’re not using, you can donate it! Make a difference in the life of a young person. From today’s Sacramento Bee: Two Placer County colleges are asking the public to donate used laptop computers to help former foster youth get through college. William Jessup University and the Sierra College Foundation are launching a program called “Fostering Care in Education” that will support former foster youth … Continue reading

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