Two Organizations Helping Cape Foster Kids Find Permanent Families

PROVINCETOWN- Officials with the Provincetown Public Library and the Massachusetts Adoption Resource Exchange, are teaming up for the month of August to help find permanent families for local children in foster care.

“Since 2005 one of the ways in which we have been making connections is through our ‘Heart Gallery’ which is a striking display of foster youth currently seeking adoption,” said spokesperson Olivia Daprile.

The gallery, located in the lobby and children’s corner of the library are comprised of a dozen rotating portraits on large TV’s, and will be left up until August 27th.

“From the dozens of families that I have spoken with, adoption changes people’s life’s for the better. People use it as a way to grow their families and adoption from foster care has no cost,” said Daprile.

“It’s a really wonderful, enriching way to grow your family.”

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The Provincetown Public Library is located at 356 Commercial St. in Provincetown.

By JOHN BONDAREK- CapeCod.Com News Center

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