Adoptions

A home for Sabrina

SPECIAL TO ThE FLORIDA COURIER

One Church One Child of Florida is reaching out to families and individuals in communities across the state in efforts to help find permanent homes for children.

Sabrina, 16, is one of the many children in Florida waiting for a permanent home.
(PHOTO BY LARA CERRI/
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDA COURIER)

Children featured in this monthly spotlight are waiting for a permanent home and/or mentor.

Sabrina was born with a song in her heart. She’s animated, outgoing, hilarious, and almost always smiling. She loves people and gives herself wholeheartedly to being a great friend.

Sabrina is serious about her health, staying active, and about eating well although she has a soft spot for lasagna. Gymnastics and dance are her two favorite sports, and she’d really like to be either a gymnast or a dance therapist when she grows up.

She has no preference of family type, noting that if she had two dads she could be a “daddies’ girl” and the more siblings there are the more love to go around. But she is very clear about one thing: she wants more than anything in the world to mean the world to someone.

Sabrina has such a bright, amazing future ahead of her. She needs and deserves to be part of a loving, encouraging and accepting forever family.

Churches also are asked to partner with One Church One Child in sharing information with congregations and extending Watch-Care Ministries to children.

For more information about becoming an adoptive or foster parent, mentor, partner or volunteer, call 888-283-0886 or send an email to info@ococfl.org. The website for One Church One Child of Florida is www.ococfl.org.

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