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Child IDChild NameStatusGenderAge
4304RZionAvailableMale15
Zion, born in 2004, is a friendly African American boy who communicates by blinking his eyes, wiggling his ears, and shaking his head. He is a well-behaved child who enjoys interacting with the peer helpers and teachers at his 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
4492RAlexisAvailableFemale16
Alexis, born in 2004, is a funny, entertaining, articulate, stylish and energetic African American teen who is a good advocate for herself and can create something from nothing. She enjoys water activities, playing hide-and-seek, listening to rap and pop music, and playing and watching basketball. The Golden State Warriors are her favorite team.

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Child IDChild NameStatusGenderAge
4525RAaliyahAvailableFemale17
Future anesthesiologist Aaliyah, born in 2002, is a smart and well-behaved African American teen who gets along well with the other kids at school where her favorite subject is English and she enjoys participating in chorus. After graduating from high school, Aaliyah looks forward to attending college to study medicine.


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Child IDChild NameStatusGenderAge
4615RJacobAvailableMale17
What makes Jacob happy? Having fun, being with family and friends, and going to different places to name just a few things. This smart, creative, charming, loving, expressive, playful and energetic Caucasian teen, born in 2003, is also happy when playing video games, listening to any kind of music, and playing basketball.

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Child IDChild NameStatusGenderAge
4622RIlianaAvailableFemale15
Iliana “Illi”, born in 2005, is a talkative, artistic and motivated African American/Caucasian teen who plans to graduate from high school, attend technical college and then become a mechanic. After that, she plans to go to college to become a veterinarian.

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