lives throughout the world.
To encourage adoptions of hard-to-place
To encourage more families to become
quality foster families.
To help prevent violence against
To help prevent the exploitation of
To encourage conservation efforts
throughout the world.
To encourage the preservation of our
forests and natural areas.
To encourage the awareness and
enjoyment of nature.
Valuing children who are considered
outcasts in our society, i.e., the shy and withdrawn child, the mentally handicapped, the
physically or emotionally handicapped, the child who for whatever reason, is considered
The Blossom Foundation for Children and
Carol Sullivan, Executive Director
Carol Sullivan is available as a speaker
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This section will contain links to other relevant topics included in
our mission statement.
Links to other Sources
For some questions, there are no easy answers, such as the ones sorrounding adoptees'
search for their birthright parents. An Adoptee's Right to Know gives suggestions to
people looking for their birth parents. Click here to view the website.