Babies Come Home

Please help the Tremblay Family as they fight to regain custody of and adopt their foster children.Andrew and Holly Tremblay have been fostering two babies with the intention to adopt since the fall of 2015. They are the only stable parents these children have ever known. The Tremblays were in the process of finalizing their adoptions by the end of the summer. However, a small tragedy struck that threatens to tear their young family apart. One of the babies fractured their leg, something not uncommon in active infants, but because Holly and Andrew didn’t see it when the fracture occurred, the doctor who examined The baby assumed the worst of them and stated it was an intentional injury in his forensics report.Because they are foster parents Andrew and Holly have no power to see the x-rays, to seek out a second opinion from another doctor, or to advocate for the best interests of their foster child. What’s worse, both babies have been removed from the Tremblay’s home and placed in another foster home. Now Holly and Andrew are in the fight of their lives to regain custody. In order to get their children back they've hired an experienced attorney and have been granted a trial so they can disprove the doctor’s forensics report. Please donate what you can to help Andrew and Holly Tremblay with the considerable legal fees they will be encountering in the weeks leading up to their trial.


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  • Alecia Wagner 
    • 50 $ 
    • 47 mos
  • Jason & Vernice Martel 
    • 200 $ 
    • 47 mos
  • Richard Tremblay 
    • 250 $ 
    • 48 mos
  • Joshua Swenson 
    • 833 $ 
    • 48 mos
  • Shannon Wessel 
    • 50 $ 
    • 48 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Richard Paul Tremblay 
Sun City, CA
Andrew Tremblay 

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