on 26 June 2018

Jamyra was on her way to becoming another statistic—a former foster care kid lost in adulthood. Luckily for her, Turning Points for Children had just partnered with Youth Villages to bring YVLifeSet to Philadelphia. Here is the latest up-date.

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on 26 June 2018

In 2014, Marilyn gave birth to her daughter. While this should have been a wonderful event, she was still in high school. Unable to find reliable daycare for her newborn, she had to drop out.

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on 09 May 2018

For 14 year old Michael*, hanging out in his backyard during the school day was his way of protecting himself – and his family. But when he accumulated 72 absentee days, an in-home case manager from Turning Points for Children CUA 3 visited his home to find out why. 

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on 17 April 2018

Jeff and Sandy Brown of Brown’s Super Stores are one of two families receiving the Turning Points for Children Kids at Heart Award in recognition of their impact in underserved and underprivileged communities in the Philadelphia region.

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on 12 April 2018

CIGNA executive Peggy Banaszek spent 12 weeks at Turning Points for Children and created a calming room at Tilden Middle School to complement the FAWN food pantry on site. WHYY has a story about the project. 

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on 10 April 2018

We asked Sandy and Gail Lipstein, “When you wake up in the morning and you think about the work of the Lipstein Family Foundation, what do you hope to do?” They responded, “Give as many children a chance to succeed as possible.”

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