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Waiting Children of 2017: Ages 5 and Under

Children need your presence more than your presents. ~Jesse Jackson

Adoption may not be for every family. We realize that it is such a blessing that through the “presents” of so many, LWB can give to children across the world- loving foster families, nutritional food, coats, Chinese New Year treats, educational opportunities, and essential medical care. What children truly need, however, are parents who are there for them emotionally, physically and in all the other ways parents are for their children.

Our deepest wish for the children in our programs is to have the love and support of a family.

This blog features seventeen younger waiting children in our programs. Many of these little ones were not featured last year and are new to our list. We are so happy that their orphanages filed their adoption paperwork and hope that in 2018 some of these incredibly special children will find permanent families of their very own.

Brooks, age 5 (Loudi foster care)

Axel, age 5 (Shantou foster care)

Henry, age 5 (Loudi foster care)

Morgan, age 4 (Bethel China; formerly from Qiandongnan foster care)

Samuel, age 4 (Tongren foster care)

Lewis, 4 years old (Qiandongnan foster care)

Dominic, age 4 (Xinzhou foster care)

William, age 4 (Shantou foster care)

Brent, 3 years old (Fuyang foster care)

Isaac, age 2 (Dingyuan foster care)

Marcus, 2 years old (Fuyang foster care)

Lois, 2 years old (Fuyang foster care)

Kristin, 2 years old (Qiandongnan foster care)

Auden, 1 year old (Fuyang foster care)

Beatrice, 1 year old (Fuyang foster care)
$3,000 Adoption Assistance Grant available plus agency grant

Warren, 1 year old (Qiandongnan foster care)

Erin, 1 year old (Heartbridge Healing Home)

Some of these children have agency grants available to help a family bringing them home.  Please help us spread the news that these children are in need of permanent families!

Love Without Boundaries proudly advocates for adoption but is not an adoption agency. We invite you to contact [email protected] with questions about a child we have featured and encourage you to contact your adoption agency for more information about China’s Waiting Child Program.

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