RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — On Sunday, the RACC opened it’s mail and was overwhelmed by the number of donations for foster children.
Richmond Animal Care and Control is asking for donations to give to children in emergency foster care situations.
The RACC said it’s workers and child protective services often respond to the same calls for hep in the city.
There are more than 250 kids in foster care right now in Richmond, the RACC said.
They are asking the public to donate diapers, wipes, strollers, and gently used baby clothes for emergency foster care situations.
Donations are still being accepted and can be dropped off at the RACC location on 1600 Chamberlayne Avenue. You can find the Amazon registry in the Facebook post below.