An Angel In Waiting
Thank you for “Helping Save A Childhood”
The futures of our ANGELS IN WAITING program and the medically fragile foster care infants and children that we “Serve” is growing. We recently presented two large government grants to National Institute of Health, and recruited several more Nurses; moreover, we have over 10 Nurses waiting in the wings to be Foster parents for medically fragile foster care infants and children.
This means that many more medically fragile foster care children will have a childhood. These precious infants and children will benefit from having their own skilled Nurse as their foster parent. AIW Nurses make sure that their foster care infants and children’s best interests are well represented in the court, health care settings, and in the Department of Family and Children Services.
We are grateful to all our donors who have helped make this possible. Here are just a handful of the e-mails to Angels In Waiting from Nurses thought-out this Great Nation of ours…
Norwell, MA 02061
Comments = I would LOVE to be involved with your organization and
eventually become a foster Mom. I have been a NICU Nurse for 14 years and
have 3 children of my own. We have lots of room in our home and in our
hearts for another child / children. Please let me know how I may help.
bybee, TN 37713
Comments = I am an LPN with vent, mental retardations, cerebral palsy,
downs syndromes, deaf and blind experience and my husband and I have finished
our PATH classes and are wanting to adopt a medically fragile child/sibling
group. Our home study is complete and we are located in Tennessee. Thank you for showing us nurses this venue of caring for America’s special needs pediatric population from the comforts of our own home, God bless your Charity, and the children it serves.
Pueblo West, CO 81007
Comments = Would your program have a need for me even though I live in Colorado? Or could we start a satellite of your program here? Thanks
I am a RN and a father of 2 little girls in Indiana. Ever since the birth of my first daughter, and recently my second - I am now of course a over protective father. :) The realization that the world can be cruel, especially to our infants and children, is so disturbing to me. My heart hurts to see other little ones in pain. I am writing because I stumbled across your site. And I wanted to say thank you for your compassion and god bless you for helping the forgotten little ones. I just wanted to say thank you with all my heart and let you know someone is thinking of you and your company today…One day, I too will be caring for medically fragile foster care infants and children from my home (once my daughters are older) you inspired my nursing career into this noble calling. Sincerely, Eric < > RN
Thank You For Helping Save a childhood!
Linda West- Conforti RN
Founder of Angels In Waiting