On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we honor a man who stood for equality and justice. We reflect on his ideas and actions, and we remind ourselves of our unyielding responsibility to advocate for others.
Jimy didn’t have an easy start. Born with toxoplasmosis Jimmy grew up losing his central vision, living in a Colombian orphanage for the blind for six years of his young childhood. That was until he accepted the chance of a lifetime to travel to the United States and participate in Kidsave's Summer Miracles program.
For anyone interested in adopting a child from foster care, John’s advice is to be patient and open-minded to all possibilities. “I found an organization that allowed me to spend time face-to-face with the youth and then together they can see if there's a relationship that can blossom,” says John.
During November, a month to recognize the urgent need for adoptive families for children in foster care, Kidsave is calling the media and everyone else to act on this issue.
Kidsave’s Pathways to Success program in Ukraine was chosen as one of eight finalists to present at the European Mentoring Summit.
Imagine your family not wanting you and forcing you out of your home at a young age. This was Estefi's experience. Born in Colombia, her dad had passed away, and her mother did not spend any time focusing on her. Everything changed when she found a family through Kidsave.
We are proud to announce that through our advocacy efforts and those of our partners, six youth in our program have been matched for adoption. Read More.
Kidsave is pleased to announce the appointment of Autumn Ronda to Kidsave's Board.