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Thursday December 3rd, 2020 6:01PM

LISTEN: Increase interest in foster parenting during pandemic

By Mornings on Maine Street

Bob Bruder-Mattson of Faithbridge Foster Care joined WDUN's Bill Maine on Maine Street to talk about  foster parenting. His organization has seen an increase in interest of people wanting to become foster parents, even during the pandemic. Find out more at their website https://www.faithbridgefostercare.org/

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