Juniper is part of CCCWA’s new Ambassador of Love program. Prospective Parents are invited by the CCCWA to meet this child in China as part of the matching process. For more information please contact email@example.com.
The first trip to Jiangxi, China, under the Ai Xing Da Shi (‘Loving Heart Ambassador’) program is being planned for volunteers during the Thanksgiving Holiday week of November, 2019. Departure from the U.S. will be on Nov. 22, 2019 with return to the U.S. on Nov. 30, 2019. Since this trip is only 2 months away – the first thing to do is check to see if your passport is valid (must be valid through June 2020).
This child is part of CCCWA’s new Ambassador of Love program. Prospective Parents are invited by the CCCWA to meet this child in China as part of the matching process. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the last decade, Gladney's Superkids program has been sending pediatric therapy teams to visit orphanages in China and Taiwan to learn more about children waiting to be matched with adoptive families. The information we learn on these trips helps us to find permanent adoptive families. To date, almost 200 children that were seen by Superkids have been adopted by families in the United States as well as other countries. Many of these children would not have found the love and care of a family, without the Superkids program. This program continues currently with wonderful success in Taiwan. The next trip is scheduled for November, 2019.
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!
We met Kaelan for the first time when we were in Taiwan last month. He just turned 5 and is a quiet little guy who takes time to warm up in new environments. He was quiet when he first came into the room, but was giggling and smiling by the time he left.
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.