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Mixed Roots Foundation to Announce New Honorary Board at Anniversary Celebration Benefit Event on May 18 in Sausalito, CA
Date:3/1/2013

Korea and growing up in Minnesota, I am very excited to be involved with an organization that celebrates and embraces all aspects of adoption”, said Amy Anderson, Founding Honorary Member, Mixed Roots Foundation. “I also have my own biological daughter who is half white and half Korean, so I really appreciate all the work that Mixed Roots is doing to welcome mixed race families like mine. I am proud to support Mixed Roots and I encourage others to get involved and do the same”.

In addition to announcing the new Honorary Board members, Mixed Roots will feature various signature items prepared by local celebrity chefs as well as provide an opportunity for guests to learn more about Mixed Roots two program goals for 2013which include establishing a national adoption mentoring initiative that will provide positive adult adoptee role models to adopted and foster youth and officially launching the Global Adoptee Genealogy Project (GAGP) that will assist adoptees to discover their biological and cultural roots through DNA testing.

Anniversary celebration benefit event invitations will be sent out during mid March. To learn more about Mixed Roots Foundation’s new Honorary Board members, its programs, or details on the anniversary celebration benefit event, please LIKE Mixed Roots Foundation on Facebook, call 800.659.6958, email info@mixedrootsfoundation.org, or visit http://www.mixedrootsfoundation.org for more information.

About Mixed Roots Foundation
Mixed Roots Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which aims to leverage philanthropy to provide more post adoption resources. The foundation promotes and supports organizations that serve as a resource to the diverse adoptee community; creates more awareness of the adoption experience, and inspires the next generation of adoptees to achieve their dreams and goals.

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