Over 123,000 children and teens in foster care are waiting to be adopted. New videos from AdoptUSKids.org show the rewards of adopting a teen.
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In the latest issue of Thriving, you’ll read stories about healthy child brain development, strengthening families, creating new families through adoption, and much more!
During National Adoption Month, KVC Health Systems Facilitates Over 60 Children’s Adoptions & Highlights Waiting Children
Over 123,000 children and teens in foster care urgently need loving adoptive families. Learn more about the children who are waiting and read stories about families who chose to adopt a child.
Wayne Selden, Jr. and Jamari Traylor, two former University of Kansas men’s basketball players turned pro, will headline the fundraising event on June 19.
Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne star in the heartwarming movie “Instant Family.” See 9 aspects of the movie that accurately depict foster care and adoption.
For the past 20 years, the CBS Television Network has broadcast an annual holiday special to raise awareness of the more than 100,000 children waiting to be adopted from the U.S. foster care system.
National Adoption Day aims to raise awareness of the more than 100,000 U.S. children in foster care waiting to find permanent, loving families. On November 17, 2018, judges nationwide will open their courtrooms to help facilitate the adoption finalizations of children who have been matched with a forever family and raise awareness for the thousands of children still in need of an adoptive family.
In the U.S. there are more than 120,000 children and teens who are waiting for forever families. In November, KVC Health Systems will facilitate over 100 children’s adoptions.
For over two decades, National Adoption Month has been celebrated across the country. Many national, state and local agencies along with relative, kinship, foster and adoptive families will arrange programs, events, and activities during the month of November to raise awareness for children and youth in foster care who are waiting for permanent families.
Over 600 people from across Kansas City filled the Overland Park Convention Center ballroom for the 7th annual KVC Hero Luncheon on Wednesday, May 30.