It is never too late to adopt a baby from China. I began my journey to get Li Li one warm sunny summer day in August 2002, as I was reading the book,”The Lost Daughters Of China" by Karin Evans, I knew by supernatural revelation from heaven, that I had a baby in China waiting...and when I said yes to the idea of adoption, a window opened from above up pouring sunlight down on my soul. I always thought adoption was the last choice and not knowing that it was the best choice, His choice. I was 47 years old, childless and had given up all hope and dreams of being a mother...but I am now living my dream... ”Do not fear, for I am with you, I will bring your offspring from the east and gather you from the west...Bring my sons from afar And my daughters from the ends of the earth". If you have questions on how to adopt a baby from China please contact some ot the adoption agencies that specialize in China Baby Adoption.
Chinese Baby Adoption Resources
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There are over half a million children living in government-run orphanages and millions more scattered among communities across China. International and Chinese domestic adoption enables only a small percentage of these children to find a loving home each year. Most of them will have no choice but to stay at orphanages or wander the streets, never knowing the love of a family.
In 1994, Joshua Zhong and Lily Nie, co-founders of Chinese Children Adoption International/Chinese Children Charities, established the Chinese Orphan Formula Fund (COFF) to provide nutritious milk and meals to orphanage children. Two years later, COFF was expanded into Chinese Children Charity Fund (CCCF) to provide childcare, foster care, and medical, educational, and disaster relief to hundreds of orphanages. Today, as the only Chinese government-licensed charity in the US, CCCF’s impact can be felt across China, and the quality of life for thousands of abandoned children has been changed for the better. Nothing is more rewarding than helping a child. Please join us in giving the gift of hope. You can make a difference in a child’s life!