Kids to Love Org. to build Cottage Community for girls aging out of foster care

MADISON COUNTY – Kids to Love will build Cottage Community, a grouping of small houses for girls who are too old for foster care.

Officials conducted a groundbreaking on Sept. 30 for the first-ever Cottage Community that will be built at Davidson Farms, a home for girls in foster care that Kids to Love operates at 4533 Elkwood Section Road in Ardmore.

“A Cottage Community of tiny homes promises enormous impact for young ladies aging out of foster care,” Julie Reyburn, Kids to Love Communications Director, said. Kids to Love, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, meets the needs of foster children and has served more than 275,000 children since 2004.

Lee Marshall is Founder and CEO of Kids to Love. The organization does not accept state or federal funding.

Showing the importance and strength of the organization, Takia Reed appears in a video on Kids to Love’s website, kidstolove.org.

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