Month: August 2014

Do Just One Thing and YOU Can Lower the Poverty Rate, Prevent Homelessness, and Keep People Out of Prison

August 21, 2014

By Elise Heidlebaugh (Ed. Note: This is the first in a series of posts by FTSG super-volunteer and donor Elyse Heidlebaugh. Elyse is eager to start a conversation, so comments are open on this post but will be moderated to keep the spam level to a dull roar.) Warning: This blog post may make you […]

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Helping Our Foster Children & Teens Enjoy the Gift of Music: Play It Forward

August 14, 2014

by Sonya Mastic, Play It Forward Committee Chair Even though I grew up with my birth family, we had a very limited income. This meant that I didn’t have the same options as the other kids, including the chance to make my dream of taking music lessons come true. But at least I had my […]

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Meet FTSG "Super Donor" & Volunteer Elyse Heidelbaugh

August 7, 2014

She Gives Her Time, Her Money and Her Passion —  and Starting This Month She’ll be Blogging About “Our” Foster Children For The Seventh Generation lets me ask what our foster children want, and by doing that it helps me extend my motherhood. Elyse Heidelbaugh of Berkley has been an FTSG donor and volunteer for […]

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