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Capital One

Capital One Foster Care Project: A Unique Collaboration

Capital One Financial Corporation is collaborating with the Child Welfare League of America and three other of the nation's leading child welfare organizations--the National Foster Parent Association, National Foster Care Coalition, and Casey Family Programs--to support children and youth in foster care. Capital One believes true corporate success is measured not simply by the ledger but also by a company's positive impact in the community.

By offering caring, sustained support, Capital One hopes to change thousands of lives.

You can be part of this effort by clicking on the link above and supporting the National Foster Youth Advisory Council.
Learn more about the National Foster Youth Advisory Council

Make a profound difference in a child's life - become a Foster Parent



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