Cameron has a strong Christian faith, seeks forever family

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RICHMOND, Va. — Cameron is a bright, goofy young man who wants and deserves a safe, permanent home. He loves to laugh and make others laugh. He is a student with great academic potential; he has recently demonstrated an increased dedication to his schoolwork. He loves to share and discuss interesting topics he learns in school.

Cameron,16,  loves to play video games and watch football. He has a strong Christian faith and has enjoyed being active in his church community and attending summer camps.

Cameron can be a picky eater, but is learning to appreciate a greater variety of foods. He is a good helper, who values being part of a team and would benefit from having structured opportunities for chores and independent living tasks.

Cameron is working towards appropriate tasks of daily living.

He will do best in a home with supervision and activities to keep him engaged.

Though he is seeking a forever family independent of his two sisters, he desires a family open to preserving these connections and supportive of him visiting with his family. He has previously made friendships with foster siblings, and would do well in a family with other teenagers.

In Virginia, we have hundreds of 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 –A Deborah J Johnston Charity, celebrates National Adoption Month, our “30 Kids in 30 Days” initiative is to bring awareness to 30 kids or sibling who are available for forever homes, but also to shed light on the other almost 700 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) click here.

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