"Tustin Tiller Days" Provides Opportunity to Educate Public
A historic three-day event in Tustin, where Kinship Center has recently moved its Southern California headquarters, offered a venue for Kinship Center staff, volunteers and families to educate the public about adoption.
“Tustin Tiller Days” has been a regular event in Tustin since 1957, providing an opportunity for Tustin to celebrate Orange County’s agricultural heritage and for local non-profit groups to raise funds. Over the years, local civic organizations have raised thousands of dollars to benefit a wide variety of local needs.
Sporting “Adoption Rocks” t-shirts and banner, Kinship Center’s team was out in force to march in the parade and celebrate the beginning of National Adoption Awareness Month (November). A high-energy Kinship Center booth invited visitors to win prizes for answering questions about adoption, foster care and relative caregiving.
Congratulations to the booth’s creators and hosts for winning first prize for the most spirited!
Click here for information about Kinship Center’s adoption serves in Orange County.blog comments powered by Disqus
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