Homeless Kids

Monday, November 19, 2012

Covenant House international president Kevin Ryan and poet and journalist Tina Kelley, both co-authors of Almost Home: Helping Kids Move from Homelessness to Hope, talk about helping homeless teens.

 → Event:  Kevin Ryan and Tina Kelly With Mayor Cory Booker -- Almost Home: Helping Kids Move from Homelessness to Hope | December 6th at 82nd and Broadway Barnes & Noble.


Tina Kelley and Kevin Ryan
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Comments [5]

Zoe Nelson from East Coast

I just heard a former foster child state that the foster parents don't care about the children in their care and my heart broke for her~My sister is a foster mom and cares for these children as she would her own. Many parents in the foster system go above and beyond. Thank you

Nov. 19 2012 11:45 AM
mc from Brooklyn

My husband works for Children's Village in Harlem as a Life Skills Coach for kids who are aging out of Foster Care. Children's Village is a good resource.

Nov. 19 2012 11:43 AM
Rachel from Sunset Park, Brooklyn

I checked out the covenant house web site. I could not find out how to volunteer. Can your guests explain how? Thanks.

Nov. 19 2012 11:42 AM
Leo from Queens

These kids need to be prepared to how to set a budget. How to be financially independent; how to dress and talk for a job and preparation for the work environment.

Nov. 19 2012 11:41 AM
Morgan from NYC

Maggie Soladay is presenting work from SalaamGarageNYC's Aging-Out of Foster Care project tonight at the Apple Store in SOHO.

Nov. 19 2012 11:41 AM

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