#GivingTuesday

Someone to Lean On

                After finally being adopted, Keona and her sister Alyssa thought they could enjoy a forever home. Two years ago, their world was turned upside down by their adopted mom’s passing away.                With no relationship with any of her family members, Rebecca was placed in an impossible situation. She decided to foster both girls that her mother

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Courage of Living

                Raven felt alone as she struggled with depression and anxiety, causing her to resort to cutting herself and substance abuse. At 17 years old, Raven struggled with self-esteem and trust among her family, which lead to attempting to take her life.                 It wasn’t until Raven attempted suicide that her mom was introduced to

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“It Was Such a Relief”

Thanks to your support, Tina and Charlie have peace of mind.    Tina and Charlie are not the same people they used to be. Two years ago, they were drinking and fighting a lot, and didn’t have any control over their kids. After an incident involving CPS, they decided to change their lives.    Now

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“I Felt So Blessed”

With everything else going on, bed bugs were more than they could handle.    Matt’s three children have experienced trauma in their past. His 7-year-old daughter, Cailynn, is affected the most. She has severe behavior issues, lashes out, and runs away from her classroom. Her teacher recommended therapy for Cailynn, and Matt and his fiancée, Michelle,

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“You Help Immensely”

Thanks to your support, Kaylee is prepared for a new chapter.    Crystal and Calvin’s 9-year-old daughter, Kaylee, was being bullied at school.    “It’s something that she’s struggled with for a few years,” said Crystal.    It was important to find a safer environment for Kaylee.  She is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and has mental

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Thanks to You, #GivingTuesday Was a Huge Success

  As a father of three, Davey Long encourages his kids to pursue their interests and work toward their goals. That's why last fall, when his ten-year-old son, Isaac, asked him and his brother, Kenny, to run in a community 5K, he agreed.    "I was proud that he decided to do it himself and

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