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Family Fun Day
November 2, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pmFREE
Trinity Youth Services foster care and adoptions agency is hosting a free community event on November 2, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at 3891 Ridge Road, Riverside that will inspire and motivate families to support foster youth in the Inland Empire.
The anticipated gathering will feature keynote speaker, Ashley McGuire, acclaimed spoken word artists Pretty Blaq, and Concrete Rose, as well as the Old School 107.4 FM street team, who will be on site playing hits from the past. Guests can win prizes and enjoy food from JJ’s BBQ & Fish and Chick-Fil-A.
Located at The Riverside Center for Spiritual Living, an inclusive, safe space that “emboldens people to live their highest potential through the transformative Power of Love,” the event is set to entertain families from Riverside County and beyond, and will increase more awareness about the need for loving foster and adoptive parents.
For over 50 years, Trinity Youth Services has been on the frontline advocating for children and families who need support through challenging times. Trinity has helped over 65,00 children create better futures. There are thousands of kids who need loving homes, join in to help transform their lives by giving them a safe place to thrive and receive unconditional love.
For more information about this event, call 909-825-5588 ext. 230. To learn more about Trinity Youth Services, visit www.TrinityYS.org.
Enter Our Raffle: Bring a New, Unwrapped Gift
Be a Holiday Hero! The Children’s Foundation of America will be collecting holiday gifts for children in need. Bring a new and unwrapped gift for ages 0-18 and receive a raffle ticket.
About the Keynote Speaker
Ashley McGuire is a professional speaker and adviser who supports families, organization, and communities in transforming conflict and building strong connections. Her work has been recognized regionally for its innovation, engagement, and effectiveness. Her approach is to work with vulnerability, curiosity, and grace, along with a strong sense of play. Storytelling is at the heart of everything she does, as sharing our stories helps us understand ourselves and one another. Her own personal stories of trauma, struggle, and triumph have taught me the incredible power of kindness, why hope works, and how to heal with love.
10:30 am: Guest Welcome
Florence Edwards, Trinity Youth Services
11:00 am: Raffle
11:05 am: Keynote Speaker
11:35 am: Real Foster Parent Stories
11:45 am: Real Foster Parent Stories
12:00 pm: Raffle
12:05 pm: Floasis Spoken Word Poets
Concrete Rose and Pretty Blaq
12:30 pm: How to Become a Foster Parent
Carlos Lopez, Trinity Youth Services
12:45 pm: How to be a Holiday Hero
Gail Polk, Children’s Foundation of America
1:00 pm: Raffle & Final Remarks