A new orphanage is opening in Louisiana, and the new kids are doing pretty well.
The Holy Family is the new name for an orphanage that opened its doors on February 6.
The facility, located in the city of Baton Rouge, is named after Sister Eliza, who was one of the first patients at the facility and is now a member of the family.
The new facility is also named for Sister Laverne, who died in 2012 and who was a member and administrator of the orphanages.
According to the New Orleans Advocate, the Holy Family will be a center for children from low-income families, including children who are at-risk of dying and other families whose children are diagnosed with cancer.
The children will also be given access to a full-time teacher, support services, and an orphan room where they will receive medical treatment.
The facility will also host free tutoring sessions for children in the community.
The school is also set to provide mentoring and other programs for the children.
The children who attend the orphan home will have a special space dedicated to them, where they can share their stories and receive help from people in their lives.
“This is a great moment for children and families, as it will enable children to have their own voice,” the Holy Children’s Trust said in a statement.
“The kids will also have the chance to have a role model, and we will have the opportunity to help them become leaders in their community.”
The children will receive free meals from the hospital, which is funded by the Child Support Enforcement Administration.
The fund was created after Louisiana passed a bill to make it easier for families to get money from the government to pay for child care.
The bill, which passed in the state Assembly, also provides for more than $6 million in tax credits for families with children.
As the Advocate noted, Louisiana Gov.
John Bel Edwards announced the new program in December.
He said the money would be used for at-home day care and a scholarship fund for families who have to go into the workforce.
The Louisiana Child Support Advisory Council, a bipartisan group of legislators that advises the state on child welfare, has been working on a plan to fund the school for a few years now.
The Child Support Administration has also been working to make sure that all children receive an education.