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February 12, 2016

The below is reproduced from the Chronicle of Social Change with the permission of Fostering Media Connections. It was originally published here.

 

For corporations today, a premium is placed on creating positive social impact more than ever before.  A company’s “corpora...

December 15, 2015

 This article was originally written for the National Adoption Center.

 

Lisa and Chris Jacobson of Lehigh Valley, PA had been through multiple disappointing rounds of fertility treatments. Even though Chris had a child from a previous relationship, his son only visited...

November 23, 2015

The below is reproduced from the Chronicle of Social Change with the permission of Fostering Media Connections. It was originally published here.

 

 

The birth parent leans in and whispers horrific things to her child.

 

“I don’t want you.”

 

“I can’t protect you.”

 

“Don’t tel...

November 20, 2015

I originally wrote this case study for the National Adoption Center. It appeared here.

 

Marcella Pigford spent 23 years as a pediatric nurse for medically fragile children. In her mid-forties, she lost her job, and decided to seize the opportunity to enjoy the single li...

November 19, 2015

The below is reproduced from the Chronicle of Social Change with the permission of Fostering Media Connections. It was originally published here.

 

Would you know how to locate a fourth cousin to find a permanent home for a foster child? It’s not easy.

 

That’s why St. Lou...

November 9, 2015

 

 

I originally wrote this foster-to-adopt case study for the National Adoption Center website.

 

After seeing the movie The Blind Side—the story of a homeless teen taken in by a family that supported and encouraged him onto an NFL career—Karen Pascucci was inspired to ad...

October 24, 2015

 

The below is reproduced from the Chronicle of Social Change with the permission of Fostering Media Connections. It was originally published here.

 

Don’t take me to the hospital. Don’t take me to the hospital!”

 

That’s all Joel Urzua could think about when the police o...

September 15, 2015

 

The below is reproduced from the Chronicle of Social Change with the permission of Fostering Media Connections. It was originally published here.

 

Depictions of parentless characters in film range from fantastical (James Bond, Harry Potter, Luke Skywalker, Cinderella)...

August 12, 2015

The below is reproduced from the Chronicle of Social Change with the permission of Fostering Media Connections. It was originally published here.

 

In November 2012, coffee shop entrepreneur Lisa Miccolis’s dream became a reality. Through grants and crowd funding campaig...

CHICAGO, August 11, 2015 – Miles: A Little Dog with an Eye for Friendship is a new children’s book about a rescued dog that befriends and helps an abused bunny. The story is the third in a series of books that feature rescued animals’ stories in order to provide lesson...

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