in New York City
for a gathering dedicated to the idea that every child deserves a safe and loving home.
September 24 | Friars Club | 6:30 PM
The way we think about "orphan care"
is all wrong
For decades many people have approached caring for orphans the same way.
Over time, research has revealed what works, what doesn't, and what truly is best for kids.
Children separated from their families need reunification whenever possible.
Children without a safe family, need permanency with a local family.
Children at-risk of separation need family preservation.
The #1 solution is clear: CHILDREN NEED FAMILIES.
Orphan Myth is pleased to invite you to join our friends to support and learn more about vulnerable children in the foster and orphan care system.
Enjoy a night at the iconic Friars Club in New York City for networking and learning with peers who care about those most in need.
This event will take place during a very lively week in the city as the UN General Assembly concludes their gathering. We are excited to host and get to know many amazing and incredible individuals.