Abandoned, abused and broken. Unable to live safely at home, 437,283 American children are living in temporary foster homes. Without better laws, their futures are in jeopardy.
It's time to fix this.
The statistics are alarming.
CHANGING LAWS TO CHANGE LIVES
“The Fourteenth Amendment secures children’s interests in forming familial relationships. Consequently, the state bears a heavy burden to justify restrictions on children’s access to foster or adoptive parents…disagreement with Catholic teaching does not come close to meeting that burden. Any governmental action that reduces the availability of quality foster parents and families has dire consequences for children.”
Gregor G. Peterson Prize in Venture Philanthropy
Gen Justice Wins National Philanthropy Prize
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Arizona Capitol Times Women Achievers of Arizona Award
"Honored for her pioneering legal work on behalf of abused kids."
Rebecca Masterson, VP and Chief Counsel of Gen Justice
Arizona Capitol Times Leader of the Year Award
Darcy Olsen, Founder of Gen Justice