The Adoption EXchange
CBS4 would like to thank everyone who helped The Adoption Exchange during A Day For Wednesday’s Child.
The Adoption Exchange works to get loving homes for children living in foster care. They found a family for one child and now growing up to be an advocate for adoption.
Every week CBS4’s Britt Moreno profiles a child living in foster care in our Wednesday’s Child segment. Now she’s talking about that experience.
There are 300 Colorado children who are living in foster care and are ready for adoption. Finding an adoptive home made a big difference for one pre-teen.
Every year, CBS4 holds A Day for Wednesday’s Child to raise money and awareness for the Adoption Exchange.
CBS4 on Thursday gave a big “thank you” to friends at The Adoption Exchange, all of the volunteers, and all of the generous CBS4 viewers who helped make “A Day for Wednesday’s Child” a truly special one.
A married gay couple in Denver say their daughter has changed their lives, and they thank the foster care system for completing their family.
This Wednesday CBS4 and The Adoption Exchange are teaming up for “A Day for Wednesday’s Child.”
The Adoption Exchange is an organization that CBS4 cares a lot about, and next week they have a big event to try to raise money.
Dixie Davis founded The Adoption Exchange 30 years ago. She and Kate Trujillo, who will be taking over as the new executive director, stopped by CBS4 studios to talk about the organization.