The Albany County Department for Children, Youth and Families (DCYF) is hosting the second annual Foster Care Awareness Walk on Tuesday, May 24 to raise awareness of children in foster care and the ongoing need for foster families.
“The Foster Care Awareness Walk is a fun family event to bring attention to the need for loving and nurturing homes for our foster children. We are grateful for the many foster and adoptive parents who are creating families these children so desperately need. And we hope more will come forward to provide for those children still waiting” said County Executive Michael Breslin in a statement.
It’s at 5 p.m. at the Crossing Park in Loudonville
Those interested in becoming a foster or adoptive parent in Albany County can contact Patricia Paul-Zimbler in DCYF at 447-7515.