Christine Devine Talks About 17 Years Of Helping Foster Children Get Adopted And Her Book Finding A Forever Family

Christine Devine, author of FINDING A FOREVER FAMILY

Christine Devine is a 14-time Emmy Award winning news anchor in Los Angeles.

Since 1994 she has profiled foster children looking for adoptive homes, resulting in more than 500 adoptions.

A noted adoption advocate through the Freddie Mac Foundation’s Wednesday’s™ Child, Christine was honored with the Congressional Coalition “Angels in Adoption” award. She is known for her Wednesday’s Child adoption segment.

Christine feels so honored to accept the award on behalf of Wednesday’s Child in the hopes that it brings more attention to our kids!

Since the announcement, Verizon called to send one of their kids to Lakers Camp; HGTV called to decorate a room for one of their adopted kids; KLAC radio took 500 families to a Dodger game; and JC Penney gave two teens a new $800 wardrobe.

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