has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!
has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!
Nate’s current adoption agency is offering a $5,000 grant towards his adoption.
The agency who currently holds Natalya’s file is offering a $4000 grant.
Update January 2021: Naomi is generally healthy. She is doing great with potty training, with adult reminders. She has strong a character and likes to be praised; she is well behaved and obedient. She has good gross and fine motor skills! She has received pre-school education at the orphanage. Naomi has been living in a foster family at the orphanage. She is attached to her foster mother. She cares for others and reaches her hands to touch your face. She gets along with other kids and adults. She likes to play with other kids. Naomi isn’t speaking yet, but she follows directions and dresses herself. She is not picky about food and she will eat everything. Naomi enjoys playing outside!
Nadia is described as a quiet child, and I love this picture of her looking at books! Doesn’t she just look too sweet? This little sweetie needs a family! Could she be your daughter?
There is a $3000 grant available toward the cost of Morgan’s adoption through his current agency.
There is a $1,000 agency grant for Mila’s adoption with a specific adoption agency.
There is a $1,000 agency grant for Mickey’s adoption with his current adoption agency.
Meadow is not speaking yet, but she can turn her head when her name is called. She likes playing with adults and will often babble happily when playing alone. Meadow can sit and turn over on her own. She uses gestures to communicate- such as purposely putting her foot on her foster mother while lying on the bed or tugging at her clothes or wrist when she sees people eating. Meadow enjoys playing with dolls and giggling. A family will be blessed to have this little angel as a part of their family!
Maya can understand directions from an adult, such as, “Come drink, please.” She will put down her toy and come over. She can also respond to others asking for her objects. Maya entered a foster family in September of 2014. She spends 5.5 hours a day in the grandmother’s class at the orphanage, where she receives physical therapy and developmental training. The rest of the time she is with her foster family and she is very close to her foster mother. Maya was born with Down syndrome and anal atresia (stoma fistula on the abdomen). She also has alpha thalassemia (just a carrier). On September 13th, 2015 she received reconstructive surgery in Beijing. In March of 2016, she returned back to her home orphanage. She recovered well after the surgery. The doctors at the orphanage help her to do dilatation each day. Now she can use the potty for defecation and urination. Maya’s orphanage, a former MAA orphanage, reports that she is high functioning. She can follow directions well and can now dance to a whole song without any help from the teacher- a few songs actually! Does your family have room in your home and hearts for this treasure?
There’s a $5000 grant available for Maya’s adoption with her current agency.
Additional information and videos available.
Mario is quiet, content little boy who loves to be picked up and hugged. Mario was born with Down syndrome, and hypospadias. He is slower in his development than his peers, but is getting stronger and more engaged every day. He can roll-over, and eagerly grab and manipulate toys. Mario needs a family can provide him with unconditional love and support him with services to help to him reach his potential.
Are you ready for Mario’s hugs?
Mario has a grant of $2,500 with a specific adoption agency.
Update: Malcolm, now 5 years old and 6 months old, has been living in a simulated family in the orphanage, with foster parents accompanying him and taking care of his daily life. He can run and jump, with strong imitation ability. He likes listening to music, dancing, playing football, and playing on the trampoline as well. He likes to chase and play with other kids at ordinary times. Malcolm is currently studying in the orphanage. He is taught with knowledge, mainly courses on improving intelligence and motor skills. He can point at all parts of his body, count from 1 to 5, sing familiar songs, brush his teeth, go to the toilet, lift his pants and flush the toilet. He can tell the front from the back of his clothes and the left shoe from the right shoe. He can put on his own clothes and shoes.
Malcolm can speak “Papa,” “Mama,” “Ayi (aunt)” and other single words, such as “yao (want)” and “wan (play)” etc., but he cannot speak a complete sentence yet. Malcolm is a cute and obedient boy. He is sociable and courteous. He gets along well with his family, teachers, and classmates. He will wave his hands and say hello, but he will not follow strangers. He likes when his parents and brothers take him outside for fun. Malcolm is not picky about food, and meat is his favorite. However, his foster parents usually restrict him from eating raw and cold food, since his digestion is not very good.
There is a $2,500 agency grant for Malcolm’s adoption with a specific adoption agency.
There is a $1,500 agency grant for Maisie’s adoption with her current adoption agency.
There is a $1,000 agency fee reduction for Mady’s adoption with her current adoption agency.
She is described as smart and lovely, active, energetic, and well-behaved. She is a lovely girl. She follows adults’ instructions and likes playing outdoors. She can walk on her own. She can walk upstairs/downstairs when she puts a hand on the wall. Her fine motor skills are also very good. She can pick up tiny things with her fingers. Madelyn is sociable and friendly, and attached her to her caretakers. Her language skills are emerging, and she can follow simple directions.
In February of 2017, Madelyn had anal angioplasty surgery and in June of 2017, she had heart surgery.
There is a $2,000 agency grant for Madelyn’s adoption with her current adoption agency.
The agency’s team spent time with him and all said he was such a cuddle bug! This sweet little one needs a family to call his own! Could Lonny be your son?
His file describes him as a well behaved lovely boy. Could this little sweetheart be your son?
Lissa will make eye contact and is said to be very cheerful! She is attentive when learning something new and will actively try to learn new things. Diagnosed with Down Syndrome and nystagmus of both eyes, compared to her peers her growth and development have been delayed; however, with rehabilitation training she is able to crawl, sit independently, grasp objects, and is making good progress as she continues to grow and develop. The origin of Lissa’s name, given to her by her caretakers, means ‘hope she will obtain love and be cherished.’ This little one, so clearly adored, is waiting for a family to find her who will love and cherish her delightful and adventurous little spirit! Her file is extremely detailed with a lot of wonderful developmental information and benchmarks, and we are also able to connect interested families with individuals who have visited her orphanage and were able to meet her during their visit in November 2016!
Families may qualify for a $5,000 subsidy through the adoption agency who currently has her file.
Lien has a bond with a little friend in the SWI as well as his caregivers. He likes playing a game of chase and playing with blocks. He is very affectionate and enjoys attention, snuggling in his caretaker’s arms. He understands instructions of caregivers. Lien is cooperative with his therapist when in rehabilitation training.
Updated February 2019: Sweet Lena has delays, due to her Down syndrome. She is not yet potty-trained, and she is introverted, easy-going, and not fussy. She’s just starting to walk around.
Lena’s current agency has a $5000 grant available for her adoption.
Leigha has a $2000 grant with her current adoption agency.
Larsen can walk, run, and jump. He can open doors and get things out of reach by moving a chair and climbing up on the chair. He will shake his bottom and dance when he’s happy. Larsen’s hands and feet are flexible. He has good fine motor skills. He likes to clean up messes, imitate pictures he sees on his foster dad’s cell phone, and imitate people walking backwards. Larsen enjoys playing hide-and-seek with his foster sister. When an older neighbor lady visits the family, Larsen will wave his hands happily to greet her. A little brother recently joined the foster family and Larsen will go to the end of the bed to see him every day. Larsen will push the little brother’s stroller and play with him. Larsen likes playing games with his foster sister, playing outdoors in the park, and playing with water. He will sometimes play in the water with his sister in the bathroom when his foster mom is busy or not paying attention. Larsen sounds like a typical little boy who is going to thrive in a forever family! We hope his family sees him soon!
There is a $2,500 agency grant for Larsen’s adoption with a specific adoption agency. Larsen needs a family with an approved home study to be able to hold his file or move forward with adopting him.
Lark has a $1,500 agency grant for her adoption with a specific adoption agency. Other grants may be available based on the adoptive family’s circumstances. Agency grants are awarded as agency fee reductions.
Keven’s agency has a $5000 grant, available to families who qualify, to assist with the cost of this adoption.
There is an agency grant of $6,000 toward the agency fees for a qualified family adopting Katelyn.
Speech Skills: He can understand simple instructions by gestures and speech. For example, “Juilan, come and have meals,” “Julian, come to drink some water,” “Julian, please give me the towel,” “Julian, please sit down and put on your shoes,” etc. Julian likes noodles, congee, steamed bread, and various kinds of fruits, such as bananas, apples, mandarins, grapes, etc.
Julian’s file states that he can stand while holding objects like tables or peoples clothing. His file also says he likes to play with balls and his favorite game is hide and seek. He likes it when his caregiver puts a towel on his head and plays peek a boo, he smiles and giggles happily. Julian’s favorite food is noodles.
Caregivers describe Jude as a lively and lovely boy who is full of giggles. They say that he has very expressive eyes. With his eyes, Jude can show happiness, distress, fear and anger.
$5000 is available as a grant from Jojo’s current adoption agency.
Her current agency has a $5000 grant available for her adoptions. They have many photos and videos available, as well as additional information!