About

The 90/Ten Project started as a simple idea to share the stories of those who have been or are currently placed in foster homes.  A natural extension of sharing these stories, is to create a community of those who believe in positive change for children who are abused, neglected, and orphaned.  Together, in community we can create change.  We choose to do this by  supporting organizations that currently serve children and youth who enter foster care.

With the amazing support of our brave contributors, we have completed our first book: This is Mine: My Story, My Life, which is now available on Amazon, Lulu, CreateSpace, Nook, Kobo, iTunes and others.  We are dedicated to helping children, therefore 90% of the royalties from book sales are donated to organizations that grant wishes to children who reside in foster/kinship care.

If your organization is interested in partnering with The 90/Ten Project, please contact us at the90tenproject@gmail.com.  Please join us as we venture forward with our next book project.  Read more about how you can contribute here.  To sign up for email updates, please click here – no spam, we promise!

Thank you so very much for your support!

Malinda
The 90/Ten Project
 
“Dreams are a projection of the kind of life you want to lead. Dreams can drive you. Dreams can make you skip over obstacles. When you allow your dreams to pull you, they unleash a creative force that can overpower any obstacle in your path.” – Jim Rohn
 
 

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