Boy's and Girl's Club of Broward County honor Forever Family's Gia Tutalo-Mote

Boy's and Girl's Club of Broward County honor Forever Family's Gia Tutalo-Mote, NBC 6 Anchor Trina Robinson and 98 other "Outstanding Women"! The 100 Outstanding Women of Broward County brings the Community together to celebrate how far women have come in leadership roles in the business, community and philanthropic fields. Watch for Gia's interview with Keynote Speaker, 12-time Olympic medal winner Dara Torres, on NBC 6 South Florida!...

Voices for Children Fundraiser SUCCESS!

Forever Family's Gia Tutalo-Mote was mistress of ceremonies for the third annual Soaring for Children event hosted by Voices for Children of Broward County! Thanks to all of your generous support, Voices for Children surpassed its fundraising goal and raised more than $70,000 for Broward County's Guardian ad Litem Program, which advocates for abused, neglected and abandoned children in the care of the state. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts!     Gia Tutalo-Mote and Amy Goldin, Voices for Children   Gia Tutalo-Mote and Fashion Doctor's Marianna Dubois    ...

Forever Family's Gia Tutalo-Mote 'Woman of Power'

Forever Family's Gia Tutalo-Mote featrued in Art Bodega Magazine 'Power Issue'. More than 300 high-profile attendees gathered on world-famous Worth Avenue in Palm Beach for the magazine's Palm Beach and Miami debuts.     "The Giving Star"     "Gia Tutalo-Mote has opened the hearts of millions of Floridians with her smile on television. Her warming persona comes across in her NBC 6 Forever Family television segments dedicated to foster children and those "aging out" of foster care. She brings attention to the issues that surround foster care in a unique way, and also produces several other Forever Family segments on TV across Florida and North Carolina. Since she founded Forever Family in 2...

5 Year Adoption Update

We love these updates!!! From a foster mom and her then teen son we featured for a Guardian Ad Litem segment 5 years ago! He is now serving in the United States Air Force Special Forces Unit with a family of his own! Good morning! I hope you remember my family and I. I wanted to update you on our family. Jeremy is now married with a 2 year old daughter and has been working in the Air Force, special forces unit. He and his wife and daughter will soon be stationed in Hawaii...This is the only time Jeremy will have to visit us before relocating. Thank the Lord, we are all doing well. Hope you are also! Many blessings,CLH ...

Forever Family's Gia Tutalo-Mote featured on...

Your Adoption Coach (May 11, 2013) To listen visit this link:http://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/68996/forever-family! Angels in Adoption Do you believe in Angels? After this show, you will! Join us, as we talk to some real life Angels of Adoption, a program of the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute. This is a special holiday program celebrating the incredible spirit and passion of these folks who work tirelessly for adoption. The Angels for Adoption program provides an opportunity for Members of Congress to honor individuals, families, or organization from their district that have made an extraordinary contribution on behalf of children in need of homes. These heroes hail from all 50 states, the D...

Gia Tutalo-Mote Receives National Honor in Washington, DC

The United States Department of Health and Human Services and the Children’s Bureau presents Gia Tutalo-Mote with the Adoption Excellence Award for Media/Public Awareness of Adoption from Foster Care. The Adoption Excellence Awards recognize outstanding accomplishments in achieving permanency for America's children waiting in foster care. Gia was the sole winner in the Media/Public Awareness catagory. Photo courtesy of: Rodney Choice...

The story of Royce and Noah is a Forever Family® success!

Royce and Noah have been in foster care most of their lives. They have been photographed for the Heart Gallery and featured in Forever Family news segments several times over many years. They are gentle, sweet boys, now ages 18 and 14, but their rare medical condition, known as 5 P Minus, scares most adoptive families away. People assume that their needs are more than they can handle - times two. "Too much to handle" never even occurred to Tabitha, a single, 28-year-old woman who adopted the boys last fall. As soon as she saw their photo, she knew that she wanted to adopt them. 5 P Minus, also known as Cri du Chat Syndrome, has touched Tabitha's family deeply. She is one of 10 siblings, two of whom were born with...

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