“I want to become a successful actor because I want to show kids that if you grow up with nothing you can always make something out of yourself,” says Jazmeer.
“I’m a person who likes to play football and who likes art,” he says.
A recent report by The Donaldson Adoption Institute indicates one of the most common complaints the parents of an adopted child or the adoptee him or herself have is the difficulty in finding a psychologist/psychiatrist or social worker schooled in the many nuances of an adoption situation. Two local experts have some advice.
Jasper, 14, wants to have a career in remote-control vehicles.
Eight-year-old Jamir is full of energy. He loves superheroes and wants to be a firefighter or a police officer one day.
By Jim Donovan: Pet lovers listen up! The “Cat and Dog Days of Summer” adopt-a-pet program has returned to the Burlington County New Jersey Animal Shelter. Now through August 31st the shelter is offering reduced […]
The Burlington County Animal Shelter will be offering the special, aptly being called the “Cat and Dog Days of Summer,” throughout the month.
Taniyah says she wants to be a cosmetologist when she grows up.
Anyone who has adopted a child or participated in fertility treatment is painfully aware of the steep costs involved. Many couples are coming up with creative ways to finance the building of their families.
As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, hopeful parents are turning to the internet to fund adoptions and fertility treatments.
Sixteen-year-old Laejja has a big heart — she wants to help people. To do that, she wants to become a pediatrician.
These two brothers, 15 and 12, are looking for a family that will keep them together.
“Creative” barely begins to describe fourteen-year-old Aliyah.
Veterans and active military family members can adopt an adult pet for free from the Delaware County SPCA throughout the holiday weekend.
Fourteen-year-old Elizabeth loves expressing herself through music and art.