Florida Guardian Ad Litem Images of Tiny Hands to Inspire and Motivate Lawmakers About Children's Issues By Tom Flanigan • Jan 23, 2018 When lawmakers arrived at the Florida Capitol on Monday, they found thousands of cutouts of brightly-colored children's hands hanging in the rotunda, signifying the start of Children's Week. Organization Essential To Florida's Guardian Ad Litem Program Could Expire This Year By Sascha Cordner • Jan 12, 2018 Unless Florida lawmakers act, an organization created to aid in the efforts of Florida’s Guardian ad Litem program is set to expire later this year. Florida Guardian Ad Litem Program Seeks Funding For 'Unique Travels' To Help Kids By Sascha Cordner • Oct 27, 2017 Florida’s Guardian ad Litem program is asking the legislature for funding to reimburse its volunteers, who travel hundreds of miles for the abused and neglected kids they advocate for. To Help Mentor Older Boys, Fla. Guardian Ad Litem Hopes To Attract More Male Role Models By Sascha Cordner • Jul 18, 2017 Florida’s Guardian ad Litem program may have thousands of volunteers, but agency officials say they need more male role models, who can advocate on behalf of the state’s abused and neglected children.