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Animals

Animals are definitely God's gift to this planet. If you're like me, then you'll 100% dig this board's content.

This design was inspired by vintage carnival illustrations & this week's campaign for Together We Rise. Each purchase helps fund duffel bags for foster kids so they won't have to transition between homes with their possessions stuffed in garbage bags.

Too Young For Baggage Flowy V Neck

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EXTENDED TIME: You can still get this limited edition #Sevenly fan favorite! Don't miss out one of 2014's most popular designs :)

Butterfly Flowy Long Sleeve Tee

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Pin by Julie Sharp on Cat | Pinterest

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baby elephants at play..

Bluetick Coonhound

Such is This (and so on): Meet Layla

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Falling Whistles Necklace Brass Supporting A Campaign for Peace in the DR Congo!~

I liked this design on #Fab. Whistle Necklace Brass

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  • Kathleen Steoger

    I love my whistle!!! They are truly a work of art. Every time I wear mine someone ask where I got it and it gives me an opportunity to talk about this wonderful organization!!!

Completely insane detail of a hummingbird by photographer Chris Morgan

Gorgeous Macro Photos of Hummingbirds

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A Mothers Love by Sharon Fiedler / 500px

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Did you know that 50 - 70% of the 500,000 children in the Foster Care system in America have parents who love them but have lost them due to poverty?! Help us unite foster children with their loving parents. FIGHT FOR FAMILY!

  • Cynthia Snyder

    Not true! Poverty alone is not a factor in placing children in foster care! Neglect, which can be caused by poverty (or other reasons) may send a child to FC. But how much money a family had does not determine whether or not a child will be removed from his/her home. Stop spreading lies!

  • Rachel Volkel

    This is a completely false statement. CPS and DCFS in every state are INTENT on keeping kids with families, we're in the "family preservation" movement, to the point of danger to the kids. Removal does not happen BECAUSE of poverty. Poverty often co-occurs with many issues of violence and neglect, but poverty is rarely, if EVER, the reason for removal. In-home services, welfare, and all sorts of state assistance gets put in place if poverty negatively affects children. Not removal from the home.

  • Rachel Volkel

    Please do more research and do not just throw out fake statistics. Poverty does not show as a presenting factor ANYWHERE in the US Department of Health and Human Services' statistics on children that have come into care.

  • Angie Wiltse

    I agree! As long as the child's basic needs are met...needs not wants, the child remains with the parents.