Heart Gallery brings exhibit to Gadsden Mall


To celebrate National Foster Care Month, Heart Gallery Alabama recently sponsored a new pop-up portrait exhibit in the Gadsden Mall located at 1001 Rainbow Drive.

This exhibit aims to raise awareness about youth in foster care who need loving and permanent adoptive families. It will be on display in the Gadsden Mall throughout the month of May.

The exhibit that captures the spirit and individuality of children currently in the foster care system. Each portrait tells a unique story, offering a glimpse into the lives of these resilient children who are awaiting permanent families. The display serves as a reminder of the importance of finding loving and supportive homes for every child.

HGA is a nonprofit organization that connects youth in foster care with adults who provide the stability and guidance they need to thrive. HGA advocates for youth living in foster care by listening to their needs and introducing them to adults they can rely on. Through the traveling exhibit and online gallery, they help introduce communities to the youth they serve.

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