As adorable as the little guy looks in his electric car, it's not a practical solution to the growing problem of providing reliable transportation for children in need.
There are great opportunities for foster children to achieve more with school stability, attend culturally rich summer camps, and receive after-school enrichment programs. But if we can't get a child to the fill-in-the-blank with the great opportunity,it doesn't do the child any good to have volunteers and social workers making plans.
Here are the top 3 transportation gaps:
I get excited when I think about the possibilities for children and the hope that so many opportunities can offer.
What's your solution to the transportation problem?
Liza is the Faith Filter columnist for the Cary News. Her stories of faith and lives changed by trusting in God are published about four times a year.