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Sponsors Needed for Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition Event 11/17

St. Louis businesses have the opportunity to help foster care programs by sponsoring an event 11/17.

Every child deserves a loving a home.  Unfortunately, not every child has the luxury of having a home where parents provide the warmth and love they need to grow into outstanding adults.  The Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition wants to change that.

The Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition is seeking sponsors for their Little Wishes…Big Dreams event on November 17, 2012 at the Forest Park Visitor Center.  Foster care kids have tiny wishes, but big dreams of having a loving a forever home. This event provides the financial support needed to make that happen along with funds to for support programs for foster kids and families.  St. Louis area businesses are encouraged to join the Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition in their effort to make those big dreams come true.

This year’s event will feature special guest, Tommy Davidson.  He was in the foster care system and finally had his big dreams come true when he was adopted. Now Davidson is a successful standup comedian and actor, most known “In Living Color” and “Ace Ventura II: When Nature Calls.”

The Little Wishes…Big Dreams event is a cocktails and dinner event with cocktails starting at 6 pm and dinner at 7 pm.

This is the St. Louis business community’s opportunity to really make a difference in the lives of children.  These children need your support in order to succeed. All you have to do is make a donation. Interested businesses should reach out to Debbie Genung via email debbie.genung@foster-adopt.org or by calling  314.367.8373. 

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