The Heart Gallery of Tennessee is a group of volunteer workers and photographers committed to drawing attention to the children and teens in the Tennessee foster care system who are available for adoption. These are kids seeking a forever family to love and support them. We showcase the children using our online gallery and exhibits throughout the community.
The Heart Galley of Middle Tennessee is a non-profit organization. We rely on the generosity of our volunteers and donors to successfully market and promote the children and teens available for adoption in the state’s custody. 100% of all funds donated go to the promotion of these valuable children. We have no paid staff.
We are in need of volunteer professional photographers throughout the state to help us at our photo shoots. We also welcome printers who will donate or discount their services for our continual printing needs of new images for our exhibit.
Have you met Rebecca? We had the opportunity to meet Rebecca in 2016. She is a very outgoing, fun-loving and energetic child. Rebecca loves animals and loves people. She tries to excel at everything she does. Rebecca loves to have fun, joke around and be in the outdoors.
To inquire about becoming Rebecca's forever family or to find out about other adoptable TN foster youth visit our webiste at heartgalleryoftn.com
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Have you ever wondered why you may not have been selected for a child that you inquired about through Heart Gallery?
Know that when you inquire about a child online through our site, your submission goes directly to that child's permanency team. At the Heart Gallery we are not a part of the selection process.
The child's permanency team tries their best to really focus on the child – his or her needs, personality, desires, fears, and hopes. Not being selected for a particular child isn’t so much about you, as it is on identifying the right parent for the right child.
Our best encouragement; give the process time, and try not to get discouraged. Find a network of support, keep an open mind, a positive attitude (especially when communicating with caseworkers) and focus on what you can control in the moment rather than what you can't.
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