Foster Care, Adoption, and Religious Communities

 
Join National Review Institute’s Center for Religion, Culture, and Civil Society and friends for an evening of conversation about the urgency and practicality of foster care and adoption. The opioid crisis has caused the number of children in foster care to surge to unsustainable levels — 437,500 in 2016. What is the current landscape in foster care and adoption? How can religious believers and communities learn and help one another provide homes and be supports for families?
 

Panelists:

Naomi Schaefer Riley, Resident Fellow at American Enterprise Institute

Kathryn Jean Lopez, Senior Fellow at National Review Institute & Editor-at-Large of National Review

Malka Groden, Associate Director of Development at Chabad House Bowery

Tuesday, November 20th 

6:30 – 8:00 PM
Tikvah Fund offices
165 East 56th St. 4th Floor (corner of 3rd Ave.) 
New York, New York 
 

Foster Care, Adoption, and Religious Communities