The new Children’s Alliance informational resource, “Road to Fostering and Adopting” is intended to give families a place to learn more about the process of becoming a foster or adoptive parent.
Archive for December, 2014:
This year See Me Save chose KVC Topeka as their organization of choice for their “Dollar Dash.” The “Dollar Dash” was held after the sale where consigners were able to buy left over items for just one dollar. All the money raised was donated to KVC. Thank you to See Me Save for choosing KVC and helping […]
We are excited to announce KVC Kansas is the recipient of Topeka’s Active 20-30 Club Gala Grant.
The holidays can be an especially difficult time for parents who are not able to be with their children. The following are tips for enjoying your holidays in the face of grief.
NRKIN placements keep children in their current communities, in their current schools and around familiar faces.
KVC would like to thank everyone who participated in the KVC Swing into the Holiday drawing, we had over 3,033 entries! Thank you for your donations. We look forward to future community partnerships to help provide resources for the children and families served by KVC. Congratulations to Judy Genola of Shawnee, KS, the winner of […]
As temperatures begin to drop and wintry conditions increase, safety thoughts transition to staying warm and maneuvering the icy roads. Keep in mind leaving children in cars is not just a summer concern, it is still a serious issue in the winter months. Please remember do not leave children unattended in vehicles. Though children are […]
Following these simple safety tips will help keep young children safe through the holiday season.
Children’s Alliance has developed a short survey to assess the training needs of foster and adoptive parents.