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.
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. N.C. Kids Program
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. N.C. Kids Program

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