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Helping foster children thrive, not just survive

Guardian ad Litem Foundation volunteers

After Tracy, 17, was removed from her home because of abuse, she didn’t have a bed or blanket of her own. But the Guardian ad Litem Foundation stepped in, finding her safe housing and providing items for her new room like bedding and a laptop.

Guardian volunteers work hard to ensure a child’s safety, but also provide resources and support that bring normalcy to foster children’s lives. Today, Tracy is thriving: She earns good grades and enjoys activities like poetry groups.

Donations on Give Day will help provide support to more foster children like Tracy in Pinellas and Pasco counties.

Laura Fontanills, B2 Communications

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