Film and TV star, Jen Lilley, has a long list of accomplishments that include being seen by millions on the Academy Award-winning film, “The Artist,” NBC’s “Days of Our Lives,” ABC’s “General Hospital,” and many more.
A leading lady on the Hallmark Channel, Lilley is a devoted foster and adoptive mom, loving wife, and revered children’s advocate who donated 100% of the proceeds from her first single, King of Hearts, to help a child named John receive lifesaving heart surgery through Project Orphans.
A celebrity ambassador for the child abuse and treatment organization, Childhelp, The Dave Thomas Foundation, Children of the Night, and many others, Lilley is passionate about protecting children against physical and sexual abuse, human trafficking, and the world water crisis. She lends her talent to make a positive impact in the lives of youth and won the National Educators Award for assisting underprivileged children in Guatemala.
Although Lilley’s professional accomplishments are indeed impressive, she holds being a foster and adoptive mom, very close to her heart. Despite being an in-demand actress and singer, Lilley still makes time in her hectic schedule to be an active mom and encourages others to do the same. According to Lilley, “If I can foster, you can foster. You can change the world for a youth in foster care.”
Jen Lilley’s Message to Those Thinking about Fostering
Trinity Youth Services has teamed up with Lilley to share the message that fostering a child is one of the most rewarding things you can do. “I want to do this my whole life. These kids are so incredible,” Lilley said. “They deserve a voice, they deserve a permanent loving family, they deserve hope.” If you are interested in learning more about becoming a foster parent, contact Eve Powers at email@example.com or 909-825-5588 ext. 230. Listen to Lilley’s full message:
Eve Powers, Foster Care Marketing Specialist
Eve has a strong commitment to helping foster youth and their families thrive and live successful lives. A former foster youth, Eve obtained her bachelor’s and master’s degree in Communications from California State University, San Bernardino, and is a certified Holistic Life Coach, motivational writer, self-help author and celebrity interviewer. Beyond the Trinity Youth Services blog, Eve’s articles can be found in numerous platforms including Foster Focus Magazine, Heart & Soul Magazine, BET Centric and Huffington Post. A passionate advocate for the LGBTQ community, Eve continues to educate, support and mentor foster youth throughout Southern California.