If you or your organization has a heart for children and the foster community, you don't want to miss James Samaritan's State of Our Children Breakfast on July 16, an informative and powerful event focusing on this often invisible and underserved community.
Knowledgeable speakers will educate attendees on what is currently happening in our community, how the community can help meet current needs, and ways to help prevent abuse and neglect of children in the future. Speakers include Judge Blair Edwards, Dean Madeleine Landrieu, Judge Scott Gardner, ADA and Chief of Criminal for the 22nd JDC District Attorney's Office J. Collin Sims, and Executive Director of Hope House Thomas Mitchell.
Tickets are $30 per person, $200 per table of 8. Sponsorships are available. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 985-888-6100 or visit https://jamessamaritan.org.
James Samaritan is a non-profit that provides resources and relationships to youth and families in foster care from crib through college. This is done by partnering with churches, agencies, other non-profits, corporations, government and schools.