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Unaccompanied minors at the border: What’s happening and how you can help

Thousands of unaccompanied children crossing the border need safe and loving foster homes now.

4 things to know about adopting sibling groups

By adopting siblings, you’re helping children who have already been through unimaginable loss be together with their brothers and sisters in the same home—rather than being separated into multiple families.

Our why: Changing the world through family

While it’s true that our what and our how have evolved through the years, our why remains: we want to change the world through family.

The keys to open relationships after foster care adoption

Adoptive parent and Bethany parent specialist, Mandy Taylor, shares 6 incredible tips for maintaining relationships with biological families after an adoption through foster care.

Lead with your strengths in foster care

Familiar with foster care, it was a no brainer for Julian and his wife to become foster parents. But Julian quickly learned how to put his skills and strengths to work to best care for the kids in his home.

We’ve been waiting for you

Refugee foster parents welcome teens into their home and family

Building a relationship with your kids’ biological families

Learn how Alecia and Ryan practice intentional openness, by ensuring their four adopted children stay connected to their family members.

If not you, who? 

Time is running out for many older children in foster care. You could be the family they need now.

In my worst moments, my family had my back

When her marriage and her world fell apart in one day, Bobbi’s family came through in every way so she and her children could be together.

Foster care adoption adds two plus three, making one

Two families with no other connection adopted three siblings and became one big family for each other.

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