Artsgarden features exhibit to help foster children find permanent homes

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The Indianapolis Artsgarden is featuring a unique display in an effort to raise awareness about the hundreds of Central Indiana children still searching for a place to call home.

The Indiana Heart Gallery is an exhibit which features professional photographs of children in need of adoptive families. It’s part of an initiative to raise awareness about the 250 Hoosier children currently in foster care still in need of a permanent home.

Professional photographers dedicate their time and efforts to photograph the foster children.

“There are children, particularly older and special needs children, who are in foster care who are in need of permanent homes,” said Sandra Caesar with the Department of Child Services.

The Indiana Heart Gallery is a traveling exhibit DCS created in 2007. It will be featured at the Indianapolis Artsgarden through Jan. 25. The exhibit is free of charge.

More information about the Indiana Heart Gallery is available online.

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