Brrrrr! Chinese winters can be bitterly cold, especially in the northern province of Gansu. Last month, our foster care manager delivered new winter coats and hats to children in our foster care program in Lanzhou, and big sister Lilah convinced her little friend Maiana to bundle up. Read more.
Tag Archives: Waiting Child
Both November and National Adoption Month are now over and the crazy month of December has arrived. But the end of 2016 makes us even more determined to feature some beautiful waiting girls in our programs in the hope that their forever families see their photos and fall head over heels in love!
Niamh, 11 years old (Dingyuan foster care) — $10,000 Older Child Grant from Reece’s Rainbow grant available
The smile on this girl’s face is enough to light up any room!
Did you hear that Down Syndrome Awareness Month just ended and flowed right into National Adoption Month? What a perfect time to feature all of the children in our programs with Down Syndrome who are waiting for families of their own! Read more.
Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine. ~Anthony J. D’Angelo
Oh, this girl! I have the feeling, if given the chance, Diane would solve all the world’s problems with her joy and her smile. She is currently ready and waiting for a family to choose her for adoption, so let me tell you a little bit about this bright ray of sunshine. Read more.
Daniel has been a part of our foster care program in Sanmenxia for the past three years. We have blogged on Daniel many times, yet sadly he still waits. We are pleased to announce that LWB is now offering a $2,500 Adoption Assistance Grant for the family who ends up adopting Daniel!
One of our favorite blogs to write each year is the one in which we feature all of the children for whom we advocated last year who have been matched with families!
While we are of course overjoyed that so many kids in our programs are chosen quickly by adoptive parents, sometimes there are kids who need extra advocacy to get their awesomeness known. Some of these children are now with their forever families, and others are waiting in China while their families work to bring them home. Although it’s never easy to think about all of the children who still wait to be chosen for adoption, today we choose to Carpe Diem, or seize the day, and celebrate the ones you helped us advocate for in 2014! Read more.
Currently, 75% of the children waiting to be adopted from China are boys, a fact which surprises many people just learning about orphaned children in China. However, today we want to showcase our waiting girls, ranging in age from 12 to 8 years of age. Please take a look at these beautiful faces and click on the link to read more about them! Read more.