Help America's Forsaken Foster Care Children!

by Angels In Waiting
May 23, 2009

I believe in a new spirit of helping

"The Wish"
"The Wish"

Please help us if you can. I believe in a new spirit of helping our neighbors and "the most unfortunate among us" is re-awakening in America. One of America’s noblest foundations could use your help. Angels In Waiting has a growing network of dedicated nurses (35+) throughout California. Because of your gracious donations during these troubling times, Angels in Waiting (AIW) has expanded into other states throughout America. These dedicated Nurses offer vital love and support to America’s forgotten medically fragile foster care infants and children.

Please check out the newly published children's book called “The Wish.” AIW’s foster care infants and children are the inspiration for this tale. The Wish represents the emotions and desires of our abused, abandoned and forgotten foster care infants and children who have touched the lives and hearts of the Nurses who care for them. Our hope is that the irresistibly cute, lovable characters evoke sympathy as well as empathy for those less fortunate than ourselves, and desire to help the helpless. The moral of the story imparts hope, understanding, and the acceptance of our differences. Please check out the first edition family approved “Dove Awarded” children's book called “The Wish” on AIW’s website.

We realize money is tight, and the vast majority of American’s do not have any unessential funds… If you can't donate money now, you could give some of your time to cast the net of awareness with an email to your friends and family. Angels in Waiting foundation truly helps save childhoods by moving America’s foster care infants and children from our CPS Offices, hospitals, group homes and nursing institutions into the homes of Register Nurses who nurture, heal and advocate for them- in the hospital's, classrooms and in Family Courtrooms across America. AIW helps to save a child and ensure a childhood by ending the child's time in the Foster Care System; finds permanent homes for them; and paves the way to better lives with continued resources for America’s vulnerable little ones.

Because of America’s growing economic crisis, job layoffs and housing foreclosures, too many of America's precious infant's and children are becoming medically fragile at the hands of their parents. Now, more than ever, America's foster care infants and children need your compassion and support. Thank you for your continued support of Angels in Waiting and your dedication to improving the lives of America’s foster children. Feel free to tell your friends about Angels in Waiting and their incredible work and please check out their precious and beautifully illustrated children's book. I guarantee you it will bring a joyful tear to your eye and fill your heart with pride.

Linda West-Conforti RN

No One cares to stop.
No One cares to stop.
Some of AIW
Some of AIW's Nurses



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Angels In Waiting

Location: Blue Jay, CA - USA
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Project Leader:
Linda Conforti
Blue Jay, Ca. United States

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