Wednesday, May 9, 2012

You are Invited to Join us as we
National Foster Care Awareness Month

Learn the many ways you can support children in foster care in a
one-time serve or on an ongoing basis.

Sunday, May 20th, 2012
5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Willow Creek Community Church
67 E. Algonquin Road, So. Barrington, IL 60010
Room F150 (Downstairs in the 2 yr. old Promiseland room.  Use parking lot F)

* The evening will include a pot-luck dinner from 5:00 – 5:45Please bring a dish to pass.  Beverages will be provided.

*We will announce plans for a makeover of the visitation room at the D.C.F.S. facility in Elgin.  Come and here how you can be a part of this exciting initiative this summer.

* Donations will be collected for the resource closet that our ministry will be maintaining at the Elgin D.C.F.S. office.  If you’re able, please bring one or more of the following needed items:

* Diapers or pull-ups
* Toothbrushes(single wrapped)/Toothpaste
* Snacks (single serving sized only)
* Juice boxes or bags
* Crayons/Coloring Books

R.S.V.P.’s are not necessary, but are helpful in our planning.

Child care is provided if you r.s.v.p. with the number of children and their ages to

Jami Kaeb has an enthusiasm and passion for the Lord that spills over onto those she meets. She shares from her life with authenticity and humor in a way that others relate to. Jami lives in Bloomington, Illinois with her husband, Clint, and their six children (three of whom they are adopting from foster care.) She is also the founder of The Forgotten Initiative, a ministry dedicated to bringing joy and purpose to the foster care community.

The Forgotten Initiative is a ministry of Lifesong for Orphans

This event is hosted by the Vulnerable Children’s Ministry at Willow Creek Community Church

Come and learn how you can be a part of supporting the foster care community.
Guest Speaker, Jami Kaeb, founder of The Forgotten Initiative, will share her story of how God has called her to serve the foster care community.   She will give practical ways that you can become involved as an advocate, a donor, a supporter or a foster parent. 

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