Be a foster parent this Christmas

The silent halls and dimly-lit wall sconces at the orphanage serve as bare witness to the loneliness of kids at night.

But we can open our house to them by serving as foster parents for a while. We don’t need to be rich to let an orphan enter our homes and spend Christmas with us.

These kids used to live at the orphanage for a few years when their parents abandoned them.
Now they are living with their father and step mom. Read their story here.

You can inquire at the institution of your choice to find out how to be a foster parent. I’m sure orphanages will be glad to grant wishes of deserving families.

2 thoughts on “Be a foster parent this Christmas

  1. Elvie

    it’s good to share the warmth of our home to some children even just for the holidays.

    by the way, i followed you in GFC, hope you could follow back 😉

  2. Pingback:   Things which will make orphans happy this Christmas by Mum writes again

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