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2018 Children’s Art Auction

Never, Never Give Up

Sitting in front of the window at eight years old, William watched as his neighbors waited for the school bus outside. As he poured cereal for his little brother and heated up some oatmeal for his sister, William knew that for another day he wouldn’t be joining his friends in

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2017 Children’s Art Auction

The ForKids 2017 Children’s Art Auction Raises Over $900,000 to Help Homeless Children in Hampton Roads. [Click here to view photos from the event.]   (March 30, 2017, Norfolk, VA)— On Saturday, March 25th, over 600 people joined together at the Norfolk Waterside Marriott to support ForKids and its work

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Home for Christmas

Sofia is a United States veteran. Since serving her country, she has struggled with ongoing physical and mental issues. Eventually, Sophia became homeless and began living outdoors. Fortunately, Sophia was recently connected to ForKids and entered our program providing supportive services to veterans and their families. Before long, we helped

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Client Story: Jann Bell

Jann is a survivor. Physical attacks, abuse, drownings, a house fire, car accidents, depression, homelessness – she’s survived them all.   In 2005, Jann’s world began falling apart. She was losing confidence in her ability to keep her family together. Then one day, her husband threatened to take her daughter,

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Volunteer Spotlight: Cedric Myles & Hampton Roads Church

Everyone has that one friend they can call anytime for help… in the world of ForKids volunteers, that person is Cedric Myles. Cedric has been a ForKids volunteer for a relatively short amount of time, but in that time, he has made a huge impact. Beyond the dozens of volunteer

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Kai Kick Started at ForKids!

Kai’s favorite part of morning circle was the weather report. If we forgot it, she would remind us. A good weather report for the day was great news for Kai. When Kai first came to ForKids, she struggled with letters and couldn’t write. She and her sister Kelsey were being

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