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2013 Drawing Contest!

The grand prize is a minis I Pad worth 330.00 dollars. There are also prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in 4 age groups.Children 3-18 can enter and they must bring the entry to the event on May 18th and turn it in by 8:00 am. Judging will happen during the race and winners […]


Grand Prize Jordyn Kuciera 5 years-old 1st Place 3-5 years old: Harley Veltz 6-9 years old: Ellyce Mares 10-12 years old: Zurie Joseph 13-18 years old: Senghar Joseph 2nd Place 3-5 years old: Lilianne Ramirez 6-9 years old: Maya Braslar 10-12 years old: Jaeson Kim 13-18 years old: Rosie Hasemeyer 3rd Place Jaden Orgaiton Giovanni […]


Levi’s Story and the Impact of KSGN

My husband Eric and I decided to adopt little Levi after meeting him as a newborn. He was at a friend’s house that was an emergency shelter foster home where he was placed as a new born. His start in life was difficult since he was born drug-exposed, in a car to homeless parents, and […]

Open Letter to Riverside County

Dear Caring Riverside County: Being a child in the foster system is scary, lonely, confusing and very traumatic. Over 500,000 American children are in our foster care currently with 1/5 of them in So. California along. They, along with our brave adult military spent the last holidays away from home, without the comfort of family.  […]

Opportunity to Share

The Saturday morning call was unexpected. On the other end of the line was a young woman who introduced herself as a producer for the “Anderson Show,” the new talk show that featured Anderson Cooper highlighting topics of interest, stating that she had found our family story interesting and was wondering if we would like […]

Featured on Anderson Cooper

Anderson spends the hour discussing the power of love, and speaks with several families who have tremendously impacted multiple children’s lives by becoming foster parents. Anderson speaks with one family that has fostered more than 30 children and adopted more than 10, in addition to their biological three. Anderson also speaks with 20 other families […]