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RICHMOND, Va. — Montanna is a 14-year-old male who is a very engaging child and is very likable. He is very playful and likes to make jokes. He loves socializing with his friends and playing video games. He is very creative and artistic. Montanna loves to express himself through different forms of art such as painting and crafts. He also loves to play guitar and practices often. He uses these artistic expressions as coping skills when he is upset or stressed.

Montanna enjoys being outdoors and loves biking, fishing and swimming, though he is not much into contact sports. He enjoys skateboarding and is into cars. He has recently played the bongo drums in a group performance for Black History Month at his current facility.

Montanna is a good student and is maintaining passing grades. Montanna appreciates presents and positive reinforcement. He recognizes his need for one-on-one attention and thrives when nurtured. He is fun, loving, playful and intelligent. He has a smart wit about him. Montanna desires a family that is unconditionally committed to adopting him.

In Virginia, we have over 860 children who are ready for foster to adoption. In other words, these children are ready to find their permanent and loving forever families. As Connecting Hearts -The Deborah J Johnston Foundation celebrates National Adoption Month, our “30 Kids in 30 Days” initiative is to bring awareness to 30 kids who are available for forever homes, but also to shed light on the other 830 children who may not be seen. Our kids are all ages and races, they were put in foster care due to no fault of their own. To learn more and becoming a foster to adoption parent (s) visitwww.connectingheartsva.org and to see available children click here.