Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Donated Adoption Songs CD to Help Orphaned Children Worldwide Through World Vision

CHICAGO, Nov. 16, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Chicago-area singer/songwriter Chuck Kent announced today he will be partnering with World Vision in the months of November and December through the sales of his CD of adoption songs titled "Same/Same: Songs for Adoptive Families," to help renew awareness that support of orphans continues to be a critical need, not only through adoption, but also via in-country programs such as those from World Vision.

November is National Adoption Month in the U.S. and November 20 is National Adoption Day. Kent said that during November and December he will be donating to World Vision for their global humanitarian work with all kinds of children and families.

Angela Appleton, Corporate Relations Director, World Vision, calls the CD of adoption songs "another creative way to give. We're always touched when our supporters reach out in new ways to help us help children." Kent said, "My hope is that, particularly, adoptive families will see this as a fun, easy way to help children everywhere."

"This seems the right time to do this not only because of National Adoption Month but also as a chance for meaningful holiday gifts to adoptive families," Kent said.



According to Adoptive Families magazine "... the catchy tunes and clever lyrics put to music how children think and feel about adoption ... songs perceptively tap into common issues, such as invasive questions, worrying about permanence, and testing parental limits." The CD of 11 adoption songs can be purchased through links on the website http://www.samesamecd.com.

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