The agency is hoping to find a family where these boys can be adopted together. They are available separately — in which case we would split any grant funds they may have in half.
Listed: June 2016
Meet Noah and Mason. They are the best of friends. Mason is deaf but Noah knows sign language. They are so funny together and truly the best of buddies. Everyone would love to see them placed together. Noah will be 9 in November and Mason just turned 8 in May.
Noah had cleft lip and received sponsorship through Love Without Borders in 2009. His file said he is mentally disabled and umbilical hernia. He was polite and funny and very interactive with us.
Mason has severe hearing loss and his file said he had a cochlear implant but he does not use it. The agency has lots of pictures and video of the boys interacting together. Mason loves to perform. Additional information is available on these boys.
If these boys are adopted together, the orphanage will waive one of their orphanage donation fees and the current agency has added another $4000 grant if they are adopted together.
has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!