There are 420,000 children in America’s foster care. Even though billions of American dollars are spent on foster care, the temporary situations these kids are in are often dangerous and seldom filled with love.
Former foster children speak out: “There should have been someone who could find me a permanent home.” These children grow up to be adults who have no stability, broken dreams, little or no ambition. Too many age out. Too many go unloved and uncared for. From Place to Place tugs at our heart strings. And it gives hope and maybe even inspires some to become foster parents.