The 11th annual event to benefit One Hope United’s program to prevent child abuse raised $90,000. The highlight of the evening was keynote speaker, Steve Pemberton sharing his personal account of being raised in foster care.
Steve Pemberton discusses his unbelievable story of overcoming the odds in foster care. His book, “A Chance in the World” reveals his story of triumph.
Steve Pemberton’s tells his amazing story of triumph. His is featured as an ICON MANN of Change.
The book, “A Chance in the World” has inspired many to become foster parents and has resonated with foster children.
When Steve Pemberton talks with employees about diversity and inclusion, he speaks from a deep understanding of what it means to be different. He grew up in foster care full of rejection, abuse and fear.
Steve Pemberton survived a childhood that few can imagine. His story about overcoming a childhood in foster care inspires others. It is important to Pemberton that people see it not as a story of tragedy, but one of triumph.
Steve Pemberton grew up in foster care and his quest for a family began with a death certificate tracked down from City Hall.
Rasing funds for the Roxbury Village foster care project. Pemberton’s book signing raised more than $13,000 to help those aging out of foster care.
WCVB-TV’s Karen Holmes Ward (l) with Joan Wallace-Benjamin, president and CEO of The Home for Little Wanderers, and Steve Pemberton, author of “A Chance in the World” together raising funds for those aging out of foster care.
Pemberton’s incredible courage inspires. He endured the unspeakable within the foster care system.