Melania Trump Makes Rare Public Appearance To Visit Palm Beach Foster Care Facility
Melania recently made a rare post-White House visit to tour Place of Hope, one of the largest foster care agencies in Palm Beach County, Florida. It was originally founded in 1998, and it serves more than 900 children and families a year. The facility holds different homes for various groups in need, one emergency shelter for boys, a traditional foster care program, a transitional independent living facility for young adults aging out of care, a maternity home for girls and human trafficking prevention and education model.
Melania requested to tour the facilities for foster care awareness month. She talked with several students and discussed the foster care system.
Even though her husband mentioned a possible bid for reelection, the former first lady has been reluctant about the idea.
Melania has now been focusing more on her private life and family’s needs. She is said to be concentrating on raising her son Barron, who is in high school in Palm Beach.