Kids to Love cut the ribbon on their first Safe Haven baby box Wednesday in Madison.
The Alabama Department of Human Resources still has foster care non-profit Kids to Love referrals frozen but CEO Lee Marshall said there is more than one way to give children clean, safe homes.
Kids to Love, a non-profit that supports foster children in Alabama, is holding its annual Christmas for Kids ornaments program.
Kids to Love is gaining support amid a lawsuit and letter to Governor Kay Ivey concerning issues with the Alabama Department of Human Resources.
With the overturning of Roe v. Wade, Alabama is expecting an influx of foster children, which is why Kids to Love is working to make sure the state isn’t just pro-life but pro-lifetime.
DHR Commissioner Nancy Buckner is asking the court to move a civil case to Montgomery County.
The judge in a civil case against the Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR) director and other leadership, ruled against DHR this week.
Lee Marshall, the founder of Kids to Love, a non-profit serving children in foster care, sent a letter to Gov. Kay Ivey and gave supporters three calls of action.
Lee Marshall took to social media Friday to defend herself and her non-profit as they go after the Alabama Department of Human Resources.
A civil lawsuit has been filed against the Alabama Department of Human Resources director in a Madison County court.