“As federal, state and local authorities deal with the influx of nearly 60,000 Central American children — and counting — who have crossed the border alone, one legal priority is to reunite the children with relatives in this country while their deportation cases proceed. But what happens to the unaccompanied immigrant children who have no relatives here?”
These children often flee their childhood homes to escape abuse, sex trafficking, or coercion into criminal gang activity. They believe in a better life and future for themselves. If you are interested in offering hope to these children in need and live in the DC area, consider becoming a foster parent and learn more today.