Last week I shared part one of this story. As I receive calls, hear statistics I am realizing more and more how great this need is. Their little faces are the faces of victims. Victims of the broken system, their parent's choices and a world who looks at them as though they are a burden. May we all take a deep look and realize we can do something for them. Not just as a parent, you can advocate for them by being a part of the CASA program. You can donate items to a local foster care shelter. You can become a mentor through Big Brother or Big Sister. You can go through the classes and be certified for respite care and provide
temporary homes for the kids.
The options are endless and the needs are great.