Graduation for All Her Kids

June is Graduation month. Like all parents of new diplomates, Sonja Halton holds great pride as she watches another of “her kids” graduate from high school. What’s more, William, her adopted son, was […]

Why We Oppose the Aderholt Amendment

A measure recently introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives, the Aderholt Amendment will harm the 118,000 children in foster care waiting to be adopted. If adopted, the law would […]

Welcome to The Board

Spaulding for Children welcomes two new board members this month. Along with unique expertise and professional backgrounds that strengthen our organization, they share tremendous and heartfelt enthusiasm and commitment in support of our […]

Council on Accreditation Affirms Spaulding

The Council on Accreditation (COA) announced it has accredited Spaulding for Children, affirming that Spaulding meets the highest national standards of best practice and establishes the organization’s credibility as effective […]

Ready for the Future … What Does It Mean to Mentor a Foster Child?

“Some people are in the lives of foster kids because they have to – literally or otherwise. A mentor chooses.” Many teens graduated this past June. But when Charles grabbed his diploma there was […]