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Waiting for Adoption in 2019

As orphaned children grow older, their opportunity to be chosen for adoption shrinks. Today we are highlighting 15 children from our programs in China who are currently waiting for a permanent home of their own.    

We believe that every child deserves a family. Even if you aren’t able to adopt, you can help by sharing this blog in the hope that hearts will be moved.

Maxie, age 10 (Huainan Education)
$3,000 Adoption Assistance Grant from LWB

Klodia, age 11 (Huainan Education)
$3,000 Adoption Assistance Grant from LWB

Maria, age 12 (Huainan Education)
$3,000 Adoption Assistance Grant from LWB

Sawyer, age 9 (Huainan foster care and education)
$3,000 Adoption Assistance Grant from LWB

Mateo, age 8 (Tongren Foster Care)
$3,000 Adoption Assistance Grant from LWB

Timothy, age 9 (Qiandongnan foster care)

Oskar, age 8 (Qiandongnan foster care)

Elizabeth, age 7 (Huainan Education)
$3,000 Adoption Assistance Grant from LWB

Tulip, age 7 (Huainan education)
$3,000 Adoption Assistance Grant from LWB

Brooks, age 6 (Loudi foster care)

Roberta, age 6 (Xiaoxian foster care)
$3,000 Adoption Assistance Grant from LWB

Samuel, age 5 (Tongren foster care)
$3,000 Adoption Assistance Grant from LWB

Erin, age 3 (Heartbridge Healing Home)

Beatrice, age 2 (formerly of Fuyang foster care)
$3,000 Adoption Assistance Grant from LWB

Although he is no longer in our foster care program, we have to also mention Ifan. Ifan is about to turn 12 years old and has just two years remaining before he ages out of adoption. He is near and dear to our hearts as he was in our programs since he was quite young. We hold onto hope that Ifan will have an opportunity to find a family in 2019 before he gets one year closer to living life with no parents.

Please help us spread the news that these beautiful children are available for adoption.

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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