These awards recognize individuals who have dedicated themselves to improving outcomes for children and families in the foster care system.
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A partnership in Maryland centered around a school is strengthening the well-being of children and families.
Foster parents, foster-to-adopt families and relative/kinship caregivers are critical partners in the foster care process.
Dr. Bell, a Mississippi native, was honored for his public service and leadership accomplishments.
Innovative work in Gainesville, Florida has led to a significant decrease in the number of maltreated youth.
The new, bipartisan commission will study ways to improve programs and outcomes for Native youth.
Life of Hope Award winners provide a beacon of hope and illustrate the possibilities and promise of the lives of vulnerable children.
The success of the Johnson County Community of Hope stretches beyond its borders and is opening doors for new partnerships in other communities.
Family, alumni and leaders recognized for improving child welfare in America.
The former mayor of Seattle is recognized for his accomplishments and civic engagement.
The Christensens adopted their daughter as an older foster youth, an age group highlighted this year as part of National Adoption Month.
Business leaders have an opportunity to change lives and make a meaningful difference in many ways.
Two business leaders recognized for dedication in improving the lives of vulnerable children and families.
She joins executive team as Executive Vice President of Legal Services.
Casey Family Programs’ Seattle Field Office was renamed in honor of long-serving trustee Joan B. Poliak.
The national conference is focused on “Creating Solutions.”
“It’s the journey, not the destination, that empowers us,” says the co-founder of Running Strong for American Indian Youth.
The Board of Trustees of Casey Family Programs has named Bob Watt trustee emeritus for his meritorious contributions during his tenure with the Board.
Patejunas, who begins the position on September 1, succeeds Bob Watt, who retired in June.
A Georgia sales executive knows the elation of American athletes who recently returned from the 2016 Rio Olympics with a record 121 medals.