Providing stability and connection for orphans through mentorship and family-style care, while efforts are made to help them remain in, reunite with, or regain a family through foster care or adoption.

Every child deserves a loving, stable, permanent family.
By coming alongside families who want to adopt or foster a child within their own country or strengthening a family that needs support, you can help provide a family for every orphan.

Did you know?

A large percentage of children in need of adoption are hard to place because they have special needs, are over age 4, and/or are part of sibling groups.

International adoptions are declining.* Only 4,059 orphans were adopted into the United States in 2018, the highest ranked country for international adoption. This is another great reason to help children find families within their own country!
*Intercountry adoptions to the top 24 receiving countries declined by 75% between 2004 and 2014

What your gifts are doing to connect

Helping orphans get adopted into families

Supporting children in foster families

Assisting with family reunification when possible and in the best interest of the child

Encouraging kinship/family care

Strengthening vulnerable families at risk of children being removed

Mentoring older orphans who will likely not be adopted

Creating videos of adoptable orphans to be shared in local communities

Most children are selected from a booklet that only shows faces and a short bio. These videos really allow prospective parents to get to know the child they might adopt

By creating permanency and stability for orphans through placement into a family, reunification, and mentorship, your support is making a difference!

The Latest in Connecting Children to Care:

Ensure child protection laws exist and shape policy to create paths for orphans to be in loving and stable families
Sharing the vision of orphans in families and the need for family-based care
Strengthening families to prevent children from entering institutional care
Ensuring adoptive and foster families and caregivers have training, support services, and resources along their journey.
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