Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps is a leader in child welfare and juvenile justice in Massachusetts. Every year, we help hundreds of children, youths, and their families deal successfully with behavioral and emotional issues at nearly a dozen facilities throughout the state. Our innovative and comprehensive programming, which includes residential treatment, educational services, community-based services, and therapeutic support, helps the children we serve grow into healthy and productive members of their communities. We bring compassion and creativity to all we do and provide a stable and nurturing environment in which children heal, learn, grow, and succeed.
We believe every child deserves a childhood. Elmer, Asha and the Golden Family are just a few examples of the success stories made possible with help from talented, caring, and committed staff, and our generous supporters.
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Bright Futures Adoption Center, a program of Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps, Inc., is a licensed, non-profit, domestic Massachusetts adoption agency with two programs:
Infant Adoption Program — Placing infants born in the United States
Adoption and Permanency Program — Finding “forever families” for children of all ages currently waiting in the Massachusetts foster care system.
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The Rodman Ride for Kids is an all-day cycling event in which riders choose to complete a 25-, 50- or 100-mile non-competitive route through southeastern Massachusetts to raise money for at-risk children. This year marked the 28th anniversary of the Ride, which took place on a beautiful September Saturday. But wait, there’s still time to donate to Team RFK!
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