January 2016

 Meet Trayvonta

Trayvonta has a creative and artistic talent. He loves to design jewelry and clothes. He dreams of being a designer and visiting Hollywood when he is grown. 

He enjoys reading chapter books, listening to Motown artists like the Jackson 5 and enjoys going to the movies especially the Tyler Perry series of Madea  films. Comedies on television and in the theaters are his favorite because he loves to laugh.

Trayvonta is an intelligent young man who enjoys school. His favorite subject is math and he excels in his studies, achieving As and Bs in all his classes. When not in school, Trayvonta likes to spend time playing Monopoly, going to movies and shopping. In the summer months, he enjoys playing basketball, trips to Kings Island and camping.

Trayvonta is very helpful around the house by cleaning his room, bathroom and taking out the garbage. He is a kind, respectful, courteous teen with a dynamic personality.

He is looking for a loving family to help him grow and achieve his dreams.


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Thank you for your tremendous support in 2015

2015 really ended on a high note for our agency.

Through the generosity of our community, we were able to provide gifts to hundreds of foster children and other children in our caseloads. It was a wonderful way to celebrate the holidays.
The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve again donated hundreds of toys for our young children. The Haile Foundation helped with gift cards for our older children, as did many in the community, including Calfee, Halter & Griswold. Kate Koch, the famous Bike Lady, came through with more than 150 bikes for children of all ages!

We feel very fortunate to live in such a giving and caring community.

That sums up our 2015, too: a year of gratitude to our community.

It started with the Cases for Love Drive by local public relations practitioner Julie Phillippi-Whitney and Sibcy Cline Realtors, which netted our foster children nearly 10,000 suitcases, duffel bags and back packs to transport their belongings. What incredible generosity!

We also launched the Friends and Advocates Making Investments in Local Youth (FAMILY) Fund this year and have had incredible support, especially from the Haile Foundation. This fund allows us to finance special needs of foster children, such as a college visit, prom dress or band trip.


Please bring hats, gloves to any Sibcy Cline location

The Gloves for Love winter drive to collect warm accessories for foster kids has begun.

Please drop off new hats, scarves and mittens to any of the 22 Sibcy Cline locations throughout Greater Cincinnati and Dayton.

We will be sharing the donated items with all our foster care partner agencies.

Follow the campaign on its  Facebook page.
 

1 day+10 adoptions = early holiday happiness

We had a great day on Dec. 22 - 10 kids were adopted.

Hamilton County Probate Court Magistrate Rogena Stargel, who officiated all four adoptions, put it best: What a nice way to start the holiday.

Congratulations to everyone and thank you for opening your hearts to foster care and adoption.