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Ancestry DNA for Kristiona to help her find her sister

Posted Mar 9, 2021
Kristiona doesn't know much about her biological family, and is very interested in learning about her background. She is especially interested in finding a sister that she recently learned about. She would love a DNA test kit to learn about her family history and where they came from. Knowing her sister would be a dream come true and this testing kit will bring her another step closer to finding her and learning about her.

Kristiona is 28 years old and lives in CO

Originally, Kristiona was placed in Foster Care at the age of two where she was adopted, only to again be bounced around from foster home to foster home at the age of nine. She was adopted and then returned to foster care where she aged out. Kristiona became independent and started her college journey and has been successful at it despite everyday obstacles and medical issues. Kristiona has graduated from CMU with her Bachelor's degree and is looking at continuing her education to work with children. She currently works with an early head start preschool as a teacher and enjoys every moment. Kristiona is committed to breaking a generational cycle of abuse and lack of education. Her ultimate goal is to own and run a summer camp for children in foster care, that is not only fun, but can also provide them with therapeutic and mentoring supports.

The Wish Story

Foster Alumni Mentors requests this wish for Kristiona.

One Simple Wish posts the wish to the website.

Charlie grants the wish for Kristiona! Thanks Charlie.

"Dear Kristiona, I hope you find your sister and that other wonderful surprises await you on this journey. Gretchen "

One Simple Wish sends the gift to the Foster Alumni Mentors for Kristiona.

Kristiona receives the gift from Foster Alumni Mentors!

"I just wanted to say thanks. Your gift means a lot to me. I look forward to hopefully finding my sister as well as learning so much more in regards to my family history. Thank you very much."

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