Who Is An I Matter Too Child?

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Any child between the ages of 3 – 18, or Pre-K to high school that has been orphaned, abused or neglected. That’s 1 in 4 people in America.

Our children are living in non-permanent homes throughout America such as orphanages (also called group homes), foster homes, non-relative homes or other temporary placements. Most are not legally able to be adopted because they have a biological parent not living with them on a plan that will allow them custody again. These plans can take years to complete, and many times never are, leaving a child homeless or living in many different temporary placements throughout their childhood with no adoptive parents, no stable and permanent home – orphaned.

I Matter Too® reaches the most lost, vulnerable children in America. We are providing hope in one of the hardest situations a child could ever face. And where the statistics show devastating outcomes, we are changing those for good. Here’s how.

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