Bella is such a beautiful little girl! She is 5 years old, but most of the information we have for her is from when she was 2.
How Does This Work?
“We would like to adopt a child who needs us - Who are the children needing adoption in China?”
Depending on who you ask, you will get a variety of answers. As you consider adopting from China – here is some context that we think is helpful and hopeful that shows many families are successfully adopting from China.
How Does This Work?
Over 3,000 children wait in China for adoptive families – but who will become your son or daughter?
When you close your eyes, perhaps you have a vivid picture of who your child may be - a female or male child; a toddler, preschool, or school aged child. Let’s explore the process that leads you from a ‘thought’ about who your child may be to successfully matching with your child!
How does this work?
Second only to being matched with a child for adoption, the most exciting part of the international adoption process is traveling to bring your child home! It is important to be prepared for this step. And, just like all parts of the adoption journey, Gladney Center staff will be here to guide and help you as you travel to China.
Read the latest information about Gladney's China and Taiwan's adoption program in the March 2019 Gladney Newsletter.
Divya will age out in December. We need a family to step forward right away for this lovely girl! She has no known health needs. She is described as being very smart even though she has not had a lot of education.
Read the latest information about Gladney's China and Taiwan's adoption program in the February 2019 Gladney Newsletter.
Thank you to everyone in the New York City area who came out for our annual Chinese New Year celebration at Jing Fong restaurant! We had an excellent turn out on Super Bowl Sunday and everyone had a great time! The children made crafts and loved interacting with the dancing dragon.