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SAFFT celebrates opening of resource closet
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SAFFT of Forsyth County opened its Forsyth Resource Closet to help foster families. - photo by Kayla Robins
The white cottage-sized shed may not look like much from Castleberry Road, but inside are cribs, strollers, games, clothes and almost anything else a parent who knows they’re having a baby can plan for but that a foster parent who may get a call at 11 p.m. at night, asking if they can take in a toddler the next morning, may not. Looking back on that call she and her husband got years ago, Ashley Anderson told a crowd of about 30 behind SAFFT of Forsyth County Thursday afternoon that she wishes there was something like the resource closet she stood in front of to help with the transition of taking in a foster child. “We had an 8-year-old.