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National Adoption Month brings kids to forever homes

November 30, 2020

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The making of a new family: Siblings celebrate forever home during adoption month

November 28, 2020

November is National Adoption Month, but every month in the United States there are nearly 425,000 minors and youth in foster care. From infants to age 21, children and young people who have been removed from their birth situation and placed in temporary family settings, await either a reunion within their original parents, perhaps a […]

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Celebrating National Adoption Day 2020

November 25, 2020

WPTV CHS Palm Beach Adoption Day Celebration from Children’s Home Society Florida on Vimeo.

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The Sansing Foundation presented $100K to Children’s Home Society of Florida

November 25, 2020

Children’s Home Society of Florida, the state’s oldest and largest child-serving organization, received a $100,000 donation from the The Sansing Foundation to benefit local children and their families. CHS will use the funds to help families facing hard situations compounded by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Studies show 8 million Americans have slipped below […]

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‘Caída del cielo’: adopciones en la pandemia

November 18, 2020

Lo que ya era un trámite sumamente riguroso, se ha tornado más complejo en el nuevo escenario de la pandemia del coronavirus Apenas en septiembre pasado, más de 11,000 niños esperaban para ser adoptados en Florida, un proceso que regularmente tarda hasta más de dos años. Y lo que ya era un trámite sumamente riguroso, […]

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Sabal Palm Elementary unveils new educational bicycle park for students

October 31, 2020

What was once a partially-used basketball court next to Sabal Palm Elementary School now is a freshly-painted bicycle park, complete with road signage and turning lanes for students to learn the rules of the road in a safe, enclosed environment. Leon County School officials, including board member Darryl Jones, cut the ribbon on the new outdoor park, […]

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KCCI creates state’s first Educational Bike Park at Sabal Palm Elementary

October 30, 2020

The first educational bike park in the state of Florida opened on Friday at Sabal Palm Elementary school with options for children of all ages, and riders of all levels. The Knight Creative Communities Institute collaborated with the school to repurpose underutilized spaces to create the bicycle park, promoting education, safety, and fun. The public […]

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Farm Share Program Feeding Families

October 22, 2020

More than 54 million people, including 18 million children, may experience food insecurity this year, according to the group “Feeding America.” Farm Share has teamed up with Children’s Home Society of Florida and the Clay County School district. News4Jax reporter Lena Pringle joins us.

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Barbie takes on racism in new video released by toy company

October 16, 2020

Toy manufacturer, Mattel Inc, is making a statement with a recent vlog. In the video blog post, The iconic toy figure Barbie is sending a message to children about how to tackle racism and be a white ally. Experts says the most important thing for parents to do is to have honest conversations and be […]

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Middleburg Junior High School offers students, families, community free access to clean clothes, washing machines

October 15, 2020

Clothing, shoes, purses, and jewelry are just some of the items you’ll find at Eagles Laundry Center and Clothing Exchange at Wilkinson Jr. High School. Watch the broadcast here. Principal Christina Cornwell said the Middleburg community was in need of something like this when she realized clothing was a big reason why children weren’t attending […]

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