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Meet your Coordinator

Wayne and his wife, Denise, have 3 biological children: Kristina, Samantha, and James. They also have 4 adopted children: Audryna, Jaycob (adopted in 2012), and Brayden, and Alana (adopted in 2023), and 1 Granddaughter - Kairi. They have been fostering for 20 years and have seen over 55 children pass through their doors during that time. They have a passion for children and fostering and doing what is right for them. Their motto has always been “Love them while you have them”! Wayne has been involved with youth from a very young age – from being a Youth Leader, Camp Counselor, and Camp Instructor to a Sunday School Teacher. Wayne is also passionate about the deaf. He learned sign language at the age of 15, and that became a career for him with interpreting for the deaf in the educational setting. Wayne is now retired but loves serving children and serving God. Wayne says, "It’s always amazes me how God moves mountains for us!"

County Events
Visit our Events Page for more details on all upcoming Keystone Family Alliance events!
Here are some great resources in Northumberland County. Contact the Coordinator for more resources!
Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO)

The Christian Alliance for Orphans unites more than 200 respected organizations and 850+ church members. Our joint initiatives inspire and equip Christians to effectively live out the Bible’s call to care for orphans and vulnerable children.

Northumberland County Children and Youth Services

Northumberland County Children and Youth Services (NCCYS) is a county-administered, state-mandated, social service agency that is charged with the responsibility of evaluating situations in which children are alleged to be neglected and/or abused. Their purpose is to assess and assure the safety and well-being of children and ensure that they have the opportunity for healthy development and permanency in a timely manner.

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