Friday, February 24, 2017

A Champion for Every Foster Child

You're receiving this email because you are a DailyGood subscriber.
Trouble Viewing? On a mobile? Just click here. Not interested anymore? Unsubscribe.

DailyGood News That Inspires

February 24, 2017

a project of ServiceSpace

A Champion for Every Foster Child

To believe in a child is to believe in the future.

- Henry James -

A Champion for Every Foster Child

"Research into foster children shows a clear correlation between their educational struggles and their chaotic home life - and how this gravely affects their future. Enter FosterEd. It is the brainchild of Jesse Hahnel, an attorney at the National Center for Youth Law, who believes that if foster children had someone advocating for their education, at least some of those dire statistics might be alleviated. At the heart of his program is a fairly straightforward idea: Provide every foster child with someone who cares deeply about his or her education." { read more }

Be The Change

Today be the person who believes in someone who doesn't quite yet believe in themselves. For more inspiration join this Saturday's Awakin Call with Edmund Benson, an octogenarian whose work post-retirement has impacted tens of thousands of at-risk youth and elders. More details and RSVP info here. { more }


COMMENT | RATE      Email   Twitter   FaceBook

  Related Good News

Smile Big
Love Freely
Meditate
Give Back

Children Who Shine From Within

Can You Teach People to Have Empathy?

The Benefits of Learning to Be Kind to Yourself

10 Timeframes For Measuring Life

Smile Big
Love Freely
Meditate
Give Back

Before I Go: A Neurosurgeon's Final Reflections On Mortality

Seven Ways to Help High Schoolers Find Purpose

Two Words That Can Change a Life

Ten Ways to Set A Positive Tone For the New Year


DailyGood is a volunteer-run initiative that delivers "good news" to 242,987 subscribers. There are many ways to help. To unsubscribe, click here.


Other ServiceSpace projects include:

KindSpring  //  KarmaTube  //  Conversations  //  Awakin  //  More

No comments:

Post a Comment