Foster Kids in New Hampshire Are Getting Big Boost From Local Wendy’s Businesses
Local Wendy’s Business Make a Difference for Granite State Kids
According to reporting by wmur.com, some Wendy’s owners in conjunction with “New Hampshire Chronicle’s” Home At Last series have just given a check in the amount of $64,000 to the New Hampshire Foster and Adoptive Parent Association. WOW. To all those Wendy’s business owners, you did a fantastic job. Did you know that the founder of Wendy’s, who named his chain of restaurants after his daughter, was adopted himself?
Helping kids during the toughest of times
The pandemic has placed many of us in tough times, but times have never been tougher than for those in foster care. Mariellen MacKay, executive director of the New Hampshire Foster and Adoptive Parent Association tells wmur.com “This check supports every child in the state in foster care. That’s over 900 children, and if you take the kids in residential care, that’s over 1,200, and yes, we help them too.”
Would you like to get involved and help? It is very rewarding to be a foster parent. I have a good friend that fostered two children and they have changed his life. You don’t need to actually host a child to help the New Hampshire Foster and Adoptive Parent Association. You can find out more ways to help by contacting the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Website. Being a kid is tough enough these days with so much uncertainty in the world, being in foster care makes it that much more difficult. Anything you can do to make their lives easier is very appreciated.
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