Left row from top, Jamerah, 12, Javannie, 13, twins Kenneth and Kendra, 17, and Lawrence, 10, center row from top, Michelle, 11, Nicole, 14, Jose "Angel," 16, Rahiem, 11, Dillon, 12, right row from top, Deja, 16, Brion, 17, Cameron, 13, Rahshie, 15, are some of North Carolina's foster children eligible for adoption. SECU has partnered with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services â“ Division of Social Services to spotlight foster care and adoption with the hope of finding permanent homes for foster children in N.C. Branches in SECU districts are displaying exhibits featuring professional portraits of some of North Carolina's eligible foster youth on a rotational basis.
Left row from top, Jamerah, 12, Javannie, 13, twins Kenneth and Kendra, 17, and Lawrence, 10, center row from top, Michelle, 11, Nicole, 14, Jose "Angel," 16, Rahiem, 11, Dillon, 12, right row from top, Deja, 16, Brion, 17, Cameron, 13, Rahshie, 15, are some of North Carolina's foster children eligible for adoption. SECU has partnered with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services â“ Division of Social Services to spotlight foster care and adoption with the hope of finding permanent homes for foster children in N.C. Branches in SECU districts are displaying exhibits featuring professional portraits of some of North Carolina's eligible foster youth on a rotational basis. Courtesy of NC Heart Gal
Left row from top, Jamerah, 12, Javannie, 13, twins Kenneth and Kendra, 17, and Lawrence, 10, center row from top, Michelle, 11, Nicole, 14, Jose "Angel," 16, Rahiem, 11, Dillon, 12, right row from top, Deja, 16, Brion, 17, Cameron, 13, Rahshie, 15, are some of North Carolina's foster children eligible for adoption. SECU has partnered with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services â“ Division of Social Services to spotlight foster care and adoption with the hope of finding permanent homes for foster children in N.C. Branches in SECU districts are displaying exhibits featuring professional portraits of some of North Carolina's eligible foster youth on a rotational basis. Courtesy of NC Heart Gal

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