Tuesday, March 23, 2010

What does More Hope...More Help...More Community look like?

It looks like you – as a new or renewing member in FRUA! This month marks the launch of the first, official membership drive that FRUA has ever held. We're excited about the special offers we've developed - one for renewing members and another for new/non-members - coordinated with our affiliate partner, Tapestry Books.

This means that in addition to all the benefits you receive as members, now you'll receive a thank you gift just for joining FRUA or renewing/extending your membership another year. There's one special gift for renewing members, and another for folks who are brand new to FRUA. To qualify for these offers, you have to join or renew online. So just click the links below and you'll get right where you need to go to



Membership Means More Hope, More Help, More Community

There are so many benefits of belonging to FRUA, but most of all you'll gain community with families formed through adoption in Eastern European and central Asian countries. Here are two benefits you may not know about:

You'll get discounted prices to both local events and national programs, like the FRUA National Education Conference, held October 15-16 this year in Philadelphia. It can gives you front-line access to internationally known experts working with and developing therapies for our children.

Your membership includes receiving The Family Focus©, our award-winning, quarterly journal that includes profiles of geographic regions, medical and developmental information from professional sources, parenting news, book and movie reviews, news of FRUA’s orphanage support activities, cultural connections: food, holidays, traditions, regional chapter news, and many other resources.

So welcome to FRUA -- or welcome back – this is where hope, help and community can be yours.

Sue Gainor
FRUA National board of Directors

P.S Do join or renew right now. These offers are only good through April 30th and are good only online. We don't want you to miss out!

©2010 Families for Russian and Ukrainian Adoption

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