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Audra Bullock, Founder & President of TFFC Selected as 2022 Congressional Coalition on Adoption

Washington, D.C. September 20, 2002 – Tidewater Friends of Foster Care’s (TFFC) Founder and President, Audra Bullock, has been recognized on the national level for her support and activism receiving an Angels in Adoption honoree award from the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCAI) from Virginia Senator Mark Warner.

Angels of Adoption, Tidewater Friends of Foster Care
Audra Bullock and family

The CCAI was founded in 2001to raise awareness about the millions of children around the world in need of safe and nurturing families and to eliminate the barriers that hinder these children from realizing their basic right to a family.

CCAI’s Angels in Adoption® Leadership Program honors a wide spectrum of individuals and organizations making extraordinary contributions to adoption, permanency, and child welfare. Dr. Bullock has been invited to Washington, D.C. for two days (September 21st and 22nd, 2022) to take part in advocacy fairs, legislative seminars, and meet members of congress as well as other foster care advocates.

In addition to adopting two children from the foster care system, Dr. Bullock leads the Tidewater Friends of Foster Care team in their mission of enriching the lives of foster children and recruiting parents to ensure every child has a home to meet their unique needs. TFFC’s programs for foster youth include tutoring, camperships, extracurricular activities and providing birthday and holiday gifts. The organization is funded solely through private donations and foundation grants and offers all programming free of charge.

About Tidewater Friends of Foster Care

Tidewater Friends of Foster Care (TFFC) is a charitable organization making a positive impact in the lives of foster children in Hampton Roads. Founded by foster parents Richard Litton and Audra Bullock in June of 2016, TFFC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, funded exclusively by private donations and foundation grants, serving over 700 foster children annually. Their services span foster homes throughout Hampton Roads, with the goal of enriching the lives of as many foster children as possible. TFFC partners with local social service agencies, businesses and nonprofits to facilitate access to resources that will improve outcomes for foster youth in Hampton Roads. For more information, visit

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