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Child IDChild NameStatusGenderAge
4304RZionAvailableMale14
Zion, born in 2004, is a friendly African American boy who communicates by blinking his eyes, shaking his head and wiggling his ears. He is a well-behaved child who enjoys interacting with the peer helpers and his teachers at school where he earns good grades, gets along well with the other kids and enjoys participating in art class.

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Child IDChild NameStatusGenderAge
4525RAaliyahAvailableFemale16
Spending time with family and friends is what makes Aaliyah happy! This energetic, outgoing, talkative, honest, optimistic and friendly African American teen, born in 2002, is fun to be around and enjoys socializing online, going to the mall, singing in the church choir, and participating in weekly youth group.


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Child IDChild NameStatusGenderAge
4528RTrazariyaAvailableFemale15
This future beautician loves Beyoncé and basketball! Trazariya, born in 2004, is a sweet African American teen who also enjoys watching Disney channel shows, listening to Kidz Bop music, coloring, and playing with Barbie dolls. She is a smart and ambitious student who earns good grades and enjoys learning new things, especially about math.

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Child IDChild NameStatusGenderAge
4651RAidenAvailableMale12
Aiden, born in 2007, is a helpful and polite Caucasian boy who, when he grows up, wants to live in France and become a member of their GIGN elite police tactical unit of the French National Gendarmerie. Until then, he enjoys spending his time riding his bike, camping, drawing, and building with Legos.

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Child IDChild NameStatusGenderAge
4654RReaganAvailableFemale15
Reagan, born in 2004, is a funny African American teen who values loyalty and stability and is happy when she is “with a person who is always going to be there.” She enjoys riding horses, playing basketball, relaxing, playing ‘Rummy Cube’, and listening to rap music.

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