Pursuit of happiness

We can’t let our kids grow up without the love and care of their parents and not expect their chances of becoming upstanding citizens to decrease. It’s up to us to increase their ability to thrive and reach their full potential. They need their families and deserve to grow up in a happy home.

“When you hear conversations about immigration and immigration policies, it’s rare that you hear about the impacts on kids being discussed,” said Laura Steer, Associate Director for policy reform and advocacy for the Casey Foundation. “These kids are going to be our future leaders, our future workforce. We need them to be successful if we are going to be successful as a country.”

"The most important thing in the world is family and love." John Wooden.