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Catholic Charities Will Host Adoption Event

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This coming Saturday, November 17th, is National Adoption Day.

It's an effort to set up adoptions for thousands of foster children all over the U.S.

It's estimated that there are 100,000 of them waiting for permanent families.

Various adoption groups are working together to maximize the impact of the event in this area.

Here in Tulsa, the Oklahoma Department of Human Services is partnering with Wendy's Wonderful Kid, the KTUL Waiting Child program and Catholic Charities Adoption Services.

A year ago the event was able to finalize 4,800 adoptions nationwide.

This year the local gathering, is being held at the Tulsa Catholic Charities Campus.

It's located at Harvard and Apache and the activities will be underway from 11:00AM until 2:00PM.

 

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