TORONTO, Oct. 30 /CNW/ - The Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies (OACAS) and the Adoption Council of Ontario (ACO) are launching a campaign to increase awareness about the thousands of children and youth in care who are waiting for a family.
The OACAS and the ACO are promoting adoption for children in care, through the Adoption Awareness campaign during November, because "one day, every child in Ontario will have a family."
When: Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Where: 75 Front Street, Toronto, Ontario
3rd floor, major intersection Church and Front streets
What: OACAS and ACO will launch Adoption Awareness Month with guest
Robin Cardozo is an adoptive parent and was a member of the Ontario
Government's Expert Panel on Infertility and Adoption.
Paula Schuck is an adoptive mother and freelance journalist from London,
Ontario, cofounder of the London Coalition of Adoptive Families and the
Canadian Coalition of Adoptive Families.
Aleisha Jane Murray Deece-Cassidy is a Grade 8 student who loves math and
enjoys speaking publicly about adoption. She hopes to make many people
aware of the joys and challenges associated with the adoption process.
SOURCE Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies
For further information: For further information: Marcelo Gomez-Wiuckstern, Communications Director, Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies, (416) 987-9648, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.oacas.org; Pat Convery, Executive Director, Adoption Council of Ontario, (416) 482-0021 x 2666, email@example.com, www.adoptontario.ca