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Your gift can change this family’s life

Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 01:09 PM Karen Jean Matsko Hood
Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute’s Angels in Adoption Program
Kim and Ben Green have made a difference in the lives of 11 children in need of a family.
You can be part of making a difference in their lives!
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Dear Friend,
Through our Angels Wings Scholarship Fund, CCAI provides grants to Angel in Adoption honorees who cannot afford the travel costs associated with coming to Washington, DC to participate in the program.  During the three days, Angels have the once in a lifetime opportunity to meet with and educate Members of Congress, learn about advocacy and networking opportunities, and share ideas with fellow adoptive parents, former foster youth and professionals from across the country.  At the same time, their stories serve as a means to inspire countless others to step forward and make the same difference for a child in need.
Each year we get more requests for help than we can provide.  So many of these Angels give every financial resource they have to the care of their children or in furtherance of the cause.  These scholarships are just a small way of honoring them for what they have done.
Please help us make it possible for the Green Family and others like them to benefit from the Angels in Adoption program.  Make a gift today!
CLICK HERE TO DONATE by September 15th!
(CCAI is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all donations are tax-deductible)
Pictured above is the Green family, selected by Congressman Rogers as a 2010 Angel in Adoption.  All of their 11 children are adopted!  As one of this year’s scholarship winners, the Green family will be among the 132 Angels in Adoption attending this year’s events in Washington D.C.
Please visit our website at www.ccainstitute.org or www.angelsinadoption.org.

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