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National Adoption Day logoAdoption Saturday is a national event that the Douglas County Nebraska Juvenile Court has participated in for 19 consecutive years. Its purpose is to attract media attention to the need for more foster and adoptive homes for children in the Child Welfare Systems across the country. We have had a wonderful media response each and every year, and as a result, there has been an increase in the number of individuals willing to open their homes as foster and/or adoptive parents.

1701 Farnam St.
Omaha, Nebraska

Event Details for Adoption Saturday, November 17, 2018:

We were fortunate to receive funding from Hitchcock Foundation, which helps our celebration tremendously by providing entertainment (balloon artist, face painting, magician, etc.), gifts for all the children being adopted, t-shirts, professional family photos, desserts/beverages, flowers for all the parents, and much more! A list of sponsors is as follows:

Volunteers and Grant:
Douglas County Juvenile Court
Douglas County Probate Court
Hitchcock Foundation
Carrie Hillebrandt
CASA for Douglas County
Child Saving Institute
Foster Care Review Office
Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services
Omaha Douglas Public Building Commission
PromiseShip

Donations:
Bounce-U
Crane Coffee
Central Garrison, 501st Legion (Star Wars)
DiVentures
Lutheran Family Services
Nebraska Children’s Home Society
Orphans and Widows of Omaha
Paradise Café
Project Everlast
Project Linus
Right Turn
Sky Zone
Swimtastics
Ted & Wally’s Ice Cream
Viola Flowers

Participating Vendors:
Cami Thompson Photography
Build-a-Bear
Happy Faces Face Painting
Omaha Children’s Museum
Pettit’s Pastry
The Balloon Brigade
Valentino’s Pizza

Contact Information:

Elizabeth Crnkovich
Judge, Douglas County Juvenile Court
402.444.7888
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