Voices from Foster Care: Carla Saulter

In honor of Foster Care Awareness Month and Mother’s Day, we are sharing the stories of seven amazing parents through foster care. These parents inspire and challenge us! We are so grateful for their dedication and love.

This Mothers Day article, from Seattle’s Child Magazine, is adapted from an interview with Carla Saulter – member of Amara’s African American Outreach Advisory Council, foster care advocate, and former foster parent. We are so grateful for Carla’s commitment to African American kids in foster care.

Click the link below for Carla’s powerful story of how foster care redefined her understanding of motherhood and love.

Being a Foster Mom Redefined Love for me: A Story for Mother’s Day

 

For more information on Amara’s African American Outreach Efforts check out It Takes a Village: Caring for our community’s Black kids

featured image “Mother and Child Holding Hands” is a creative commons licensed image by AIDSVaccine

2018-05-15T12:12:36+00:00 May 13th, 2018|Categories: Voices from Families|Tags: , , , |