Senator Scott to Honor Travelers Rest Native Dan Cruver as 2014 Angel in Adoption

Charleston, SC-U.S. Senator Tim Scott will honor South Carolina native Dan Cruver as a 2014 Angel in Adoption at the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institutes’s 2014 Ceremony for the tremendous work he has done in helping to mobilize churches for the care of vulnerable and orphaned children. Dan Cruver, who lives with his wife Melissa and three children (two of whom are adopted) in Travelers Rest, SC, has worked tirelessly to help people open their hearts and homes to children in need. Cruver is the founder and director of Together for Adoption (T4A), which provides teaching, training, and other resources to local churches as well as globally through national and international conferences. T4A works to equip individuals, churches, and organizations theologically with the proper foundation and motivation of caring for orphaned and vulnerable children in our communities. The Angels in Adoption program, through the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute, provides a way for members of Congress to honor and thank those in their communities that work hard every day to help this very vulnerable population of young people.