#VoiceofFosterCare #VoiceofAdoption Challenge


Are you adopted? Are you a current or former foster child? Are you an adoptive parent? Are you a foster parent? Are you a sibling to a foster child or have an adopted sibling? Are you just a family friend to someone in foster care or touched by adoption?


Show us your voice. The good, bad, funny, or indifferent. We want to know your heart; your TRUTH.



How to join in the movement:

  1. There are 2 ways:
    1. Click the photos below. It will bring the pictures open in another screen. From here you can save and print out the attached photo of choice. From there just fill in the blank with what speaks to your heart. Hold the sign up and take a picture
    2. Use a photo editor on any device and fill in the blank. Though we would love to see your gorgeous face in the photo, we understand not everyone has access to a printer.
  2. Post it to social media and use the hashtag #VoiceofFosterCare or #VoiceofAdoption along with #DroppingAnchorsBlog. Tag the Dropping Anchors Blog profile in your post so we can follow the journey. You can find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.







Alisha Signature

About Alisha Palmer

Alisha is an adult adoptee that has been a therapeutic and medically fragile foster parent since 2012, caring for many children from medically fragile infants to therapeutic teenagers, and numerous in between. In 2015 she adopted their two amazing daughters from the foster care system. She is a foster care and adoption advocate who strives to encourage others to step out of their comfort zone and into this world, providing love and stability to children during their darkest times. Follow her on Instagram @alishaypalmer.
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1 Response to #VoiceofFosterCare #VoiceofAdoption Challenge

  1. Rosalyn says:

    Really when someone doesn’t be aware of afterward
    its up to other users that they will help, so here
    it happens.

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