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The “Adoptive Families Must be Rich” myth

November 14, 2016

sistersbigBy Holt International
Based in Eugene Oregon

One of the greatest misconceptions about adoption is that everyone who adopts has thousands of dollars lying around just waiting for somewhere to spend it. Not True! In fact, most families don’t start the adoption process with the full amount they will need to bring a child home. But because of their desire to grow their family through adoption, they use the many resources out there and find creative ways to fund their adoption.

Don’t let finances be the reason you don’t adopt.

We understand the cost of adoption, and we know that it can seem like an insurmountable obstacle. But we have also seen so many examples of families that overcame this obstacle by raising the funds. Read about how the Sykora family, the Kanallakan family and the Brown family all covered the costs of their adoption.

We also know that it can be difficult to find all the resources that are available to prospective parents. So we created a section on our website to help you navigate the resources that are out there — from employee reimbursements to tax credits, grants and loans. Click below to check it out!

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tonnes joel November 22, 2016

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world premier international center for abandoned and dumped babies
center, specializing in the rescue of dumped newborn baby.
We have other rescue agents who work with
us in assuring that we reduce infant death,
and search for the perfect family for this baby,
or a prospective adoptive parent searching to adopt a newborn baby.
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I know someone with other agencies, who waited for five years before switching
and was then placed in less than a month. there are great experience with them
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