November 25, 2013

We need you to help children and families thrive!

Posted in Adoption, Foster Care Program, Kids-A-Part, Lund Early Childhood Program (LECP), Residential tagged , , , , , , , , at 9:11 am by Lund

As the season of Thanksgiving comes upon us, we at Lund are so grateful for the supporter of our generous friends and donors who have supported us over the years.  We could not do the work that we do without contributions from individuals, foundations and corporations.  When you give a gift to Lund you are directly supporting the many programs and services that Lund provides to over 4800 women, men and children every year.   Thank you for your support.

“I can’t say thank you enough to Lund, to my team specifically and to all the people who give time and money to keep this program running every day.  This program saved my life and my daughter’s life together.”    Lund client.

We are again asking for your support this year as we look to raise over $100,000 during our end of year appeal.   We need you.

MAKE A DONATION TO LUND.

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Please click the links below to read the stories of women, children and families who are directly supported by your donation.

Hailey, Max and Chantelle’s Story – Hailey is a single mom to a 3 year old girl and a 4 year old boy struggling to provide a stable home for the family.  Lund’s Early Childhood Program represents the only stability in their lives.

Dana’s Story – Dana’s adoptive mom struggled with Dana’s attachment issues and the trauma of her past but has the family has received hope and support through Lund’s Post Permanency Counseling.

Kelli, Chris and Jeff’s Story – Kelli worries about her sons during her incarceration but Lund’s Kids-A-Part program helps to ease the pain of separation.

Denise and Jayden’s Story – Denise came straight from jail, nine months pregnant with her son, to Lund’s residential treatment center where she found the help she so desperately needed.

Tina and Sienna’s Story – Tina found out what living really meant when she and her daughter arrived at Lund.

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