LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WFLI) - The Indiana Heart Gallery stopped by Northview Church Sunday.
Comprised of photographs of foster children, the gallery promotes adoption for children of all ages.
Since 2007, the gallery has traveled around the state and is part of the national Heart Gallery Program.
Heart Gallery facilitator Steve Brown said the gallery is an important way to highlight children who need a family here in Indiana.
"We have a heart for these children. We think it is very important that they know that there is someone that loves them and someone that cares for them," said Brown. "Even when they're out of school and they're on their own. If something happens, they can call you, or they can come over and visit. You're their family."
Brown says there are more than 1,000 foster children in Indiana
Brown says the Heart Gallery Program has helped more than 900 children nationwide find a family this year.
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